^You look pretty good in your new uniform, Kopachris!
As for me, I just performed at some classical guitar ensemble thingo where a few people played solo. It was at this church and there was no heating so it was absolutely frigid. The only place that was warm was in this small room out the back where a few guitarists waited before they went on to play their solo repertiore. As I was last, I stayed in the warm room the longest and my strings became used to the heat in the room and any sudden drop in temperature would defintiely not be good for the strings.
As I walked in to perform it was so cold that my hands were numb by the time I sat down to play. I managed to play (although not very well) this hardcore classical guitar piece with full on chords and jarring tonalities by Australian composer Phillip Houghton (ask Sid James about him, he would have recordings of some of his pieces for sure). When it came to the triple-forte ending section I could hear my low e string on the guitar (which had to be tuned up to f in order to play the work) starting to unravel at the tuning pegs and a few bars from the end it had snapped off beyond repair. I didn't know what to do so I just stopped and looked at the string and went on playing the piece from where I left off.