How was your day dear?: May 2004 Archives

Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers out there. Not that any of them read my blog (as far as I know) :)

Had a rather pleasant afternoon at my aunt and uncle's place, where I forgot for a couple of hours how much I have to do in the next week, and put aside the rising feelings of panic now starting to engulf me.

A note to my brother: stop saying "blog" in my parents' presence!!!!

street with tree Naked Street

I'm just not sure anymore.

The sad.. they finally cut down the Moreton Bay Fig tree today. In 9 hours the entire thing was reduced to saw dust. Except for a few seed pods which I've planted. Does anyone know how to raise fig tree seedlings? The entire street looks *naked* without the tree's gracious presence.

The happy.. got my four mosaic sets from Dennis (yayy).. except the first one I built (the tiger) was missing a bunch of black pieces. Looks like the box may have been opened at some point, maybe by customs, but looks like one little bag of 90 pieces is not there. Oh well, bricklink to the rescue I guess.

Thoroughly useless patch training day today (ironic, considering the timing of it, and the sasser worm).

Midnight.. one more night without sleeping...


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Had a busy cleaning day today. And tidying. And organising. And researching.

Pulled Jason in lego apart and put it all away. Sorted out a bunch of recent ebay purchases (I've bought a bunch of stuff recently and it's always fun going to the post office not knowing what you're going to get - Friday I came home with two packages and had no idea what was in them until I opened them - like getting birthday presents :) ). Played with my camera.

oh I know why I'm so tired. Had an Evilhouse video night at Campbell's last night - watched Spun and Cypher. Both very strange movies. Went to be around 2am blah!

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