Even for December, it's been an exceptionally gloomy day. Low, gray, oppressive clouds that caused the headlights on my car to come on, that sort of thing.
I spent more time wrestling with Visual Studio .NET 2003, which has now introduced me to a behavior -- which one of my co-workers was already familiar with -- where you just can't actually trace into a routine when you're debugging and stop at a breakpoint. Step In, Step Over, neither actually works. Instead, they just throw you to the end of the function that you're in, making actually debugging unlikely.
I fixed a few bugs in some of the new code I'm working on. I managed to redesign another chunk of code to fix an entirely different problem that someone found a while back. It's not like it was a completely unproductive day.
It's just cold, gray, and annoying.