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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Wednesday 11 June 2008 (Day View)
11.06.2008 – Wednesday 11 June – Jelly Beans & New Pants
- • I did some work to attempt to make what I did last night a little more polished—that is to say, I made it work enough that it mostly appears that my journal still works, other than the non-working month links (but at least they do something) and the lack of any journal on the front page of the journal... But it is still hiding there somewhere! I also spent some time setting it (that is, tagging my journal, except I’ve called them sets, so it’s setting... like the sun, but not as hot).
- • I rushed off to Indooroopilly to buy some new, cheap, black shoes and some pants. The people at K-Mart refused my credit card on the basis that my signature doesn’t show my last name... I wasn’t aware it had to.
- • Due to an urgent requirement for 3 bags of Allen’s Jelly Beans, I rushed off to Woolworths to buy them for Grace. On the way, and on the way back, I stopped at Maz’s, and Kieran arrived, and we watched some Stargate, and chatted, and I bought five litres of milk—one one litre bottle and two two litre bottles. I then drove home, ate dinner, prepared to get up early tomorrow, wrote this, marvelled at the triviality of it all.