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The man who japed wasn't really engaging my interest.
The Princess bride, however...

Work is a little dull this afternoon.
I'm looking forward to this evening.
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Happy Birthday, [livejournal.com profile] malinari86!




I've had the car window replaced. They were really very good: I got out of there in an hour and it was only $155, which is about $200 less than last time this happened.

I got called in to work unexpectedly, yesterday. That was good.

Did a little more present shopping. I still have a little more to do, but not much.

Today, I've done very little of the things I'd intended.
I have finished reading Paycheck and started reading the Man who japed, though.
And ate cashews.
And done stuff online.
So it hasn't been a complete loss.

Tomorrow:
Work, then James' ([livejournal.com profile] sim_james) Ghostwalk campaign in the evening.
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A lot has happened since last time I updated.

Placeholder engagement ring )

Birthday/engagement weekend away )

La boheme )

Actual engagement ring )

Helping people move )

Dan and Jo's party )

Wrought iron and catgirls )

Work, Washing and Wock n' Woll )

Tonight, I get to see Rhiannon again.
Plus: Seeing Kane ([livejournal.com profile] malinari86) and Kristen ([livejournal.com profile] thebluefairy) for the first time since their wedding, as they're now returned from their honeymoon.
Plus: Going to see a play ("Emergence", I believe it's called) at the Opera House Playhouse. It has my friend Nick in it.
(above are in descending order of import)

Tomorrow, TAFE class starts back up again. I have a presentation to give. Meh.

"I like to go just like the rest,
I like my sugar sweet
But jumping queues and making haste
Just ain't my cup of meat
Everyone's beneath the trees feeding pigeons on a limb
But when Quinn the Eskimo gets here
All the pigeons gonna run to him"
-The mighty Quinn, Manfred Mann

Coma

Jul. 17th, 2005 09:44 am
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I got up at 8.30 this morning.
Which is a little later than usual.
However, I went to bed at 5.30 yesterday afternoon.

Now, admittedly I'd only had probably 5 hours the night before (though they were a remarkably comfortable and restful 5 hours, from which I didn't feel tired until the afternoon), but that's no reason for doubling my usual amount of sleep.

Yesterday, I had a simply marvellous day.
Friday night, Rhi slept over and yesterday we lazed about, watched Black books and ate ice bean (or "soy ice cream", if you prefer), sitting up in bed.

Day in history: Snuggliest.

After I took my Nannon home, I pottered about for a little while, read another chapter of The island of the day before and talked to mum ([livejournal.com profile] gytha_ogg) about the plans for the evening. We realised that our theatre timing wasn't going to work with Jenn's choir timing, so (combined with me suddenly feeling very tired) we decided to shift the tickets forward to the 6th of next month.
Then, now overcome by weariness, I went to bed.
And so my day ended promptly, just on sunset.

Today, I shall do some washing before I go to work.

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