Inhale and exhale. Remember to eat, yes. Okay, my to do list, somewhat complicated by Old Laptop deciding it is well and truly done and not being able to get its files from its hard drive easily (yes, I have backups, even fairly recent ones -- but dang it, I was working on something on the local disc. Ah well.):
Pack for Intercon N -- clothing. That's three days of regular wear, one emergency set, and five larps -- fairy tale, 19th century New England plus hotel pillow (I'm playing a pregnant woman in that one), Viking / Norse warrior (aka check closet for SCA stuff), woman on vacation cruise in the 1940s, and Blue team cadet for Starship Artemis training exercise.
Gather for Intercon N -- food. We have a suite, which means we have a microwave and fridge.
Editing work. This will keep Golden Goblin's Tales from the Crescent City on track and will also calm me down.
Prep for tomorrow's session of Eternal Lies. Fortunately, anything needing printing out is already printed out, as I'm not sure whether New Laptop and Printer on currently speaking each other's language.
Intercon N -- Character sheets. It'd be good to chuck these into dropbox and onto my handheld.
Figure out which back up drive has most recent files.
Copy said files onto New Laptop.
Remember that copying over the files isn't actually a priority. There's a reason I am paranoid about having lots of copies of files. At a guess, I might have lost a week's worth of stuff, maybe two, most of which is still available online (stuff I bought e-text of, character sheets for Intercon, that sort of thing), little of which can't be replaced, none of which is critical. Really and truly. My Dreamation notes are all hard copy. Anything I typed in vis gaming write ups apart from part of last Eternal Lies session, is saved elsewhere.
Learn how to use New Laptop so I don't go batty because it isn't identical to Old Laptop.
Oh yes, I should eat something. And hydrate. And breath in and out.
And get the laundry. We really do need it to pack.