Yeah, that sucked. The bright side of it is that the majority of the effort that I'd put in that day was figuring out how to solve a bunch of problems, and that was all still floating around in my brain, so once I got over the emotional shock, I was able to get almost all the code I'd written reconstructed by the end of the bus ride home.
Still, I was way too out of spoons to even think about making dinner that night, so we went out and met Mel at Smashburger instead. That was nice.
Yesterday I did a whole bunch of shopping (POM for ramen and miso, ARC for some new shirts and a couple books, Sprouts for veggies and Aussie-style black licorice, Petco for kitty litter, and King Stooper's for assorted other groceried) -- kinda wore myself out a little more than I expected -- and then a little bit of prepping for Star Wars. Thankfully there wasn't too much, since I had material left over from last time and was otherwise practicing ad-libbing adventures as we move on to what we're calling "Disk 2 content" and go into more of a sandbox mode with the campaign.
Today I have done very little, and am feeling somewhat recovered. Jerry and I played a little Sentinels of the Multiverse, and otherwise I punted on trying to accomplish anything resembling productivity.