After dinner I decided that I had had quite enough of paper-pushing and settled in to get some network engineering stuff done. We're setting up the network for Capital Preparatory Magnet School on Thursday, so I had to allocate their subnets, setup router interfaces, monitoring, and all that jazz. Which was good, because it gave me a reason to get into some of my core routers and do some housekeeping on their configs, and give them "just for good measure" restarts to validate their new configs.
Much geeking and no bureaucratizing. If I had to be working, I'd much rather be doing this!