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13.09.2008Saturday 13 September – Dad & Mum

I wake up, after having had a good sleep. Sarah calls shortly after and I walk down to the supermarket where I buy flavoured milk and meet her. We walk, with one of Sarah’s dogs, down to the markets, on to the wharf, and back to Mum’s.
Sarah and I have just finished a late fruit salad breakfast, followed by some wallaby and joey photography. There’s quite a lot of wallabies around at the moment. I’m planning to try asking Mum questions about my life now, and take some notes, which might be a bit odd.
Have just finished lunch. I have been asking Dad and Mum questions and taking notes. I’m up to 5 pages of notes now, and up to where my memory has a lot less holes, at Macksville.
Mum has gone to have a lie-down and Sarah is also having a snooze by the looks. I’m planning to go for a walk, probably to Sarah’s, when she wakes up, and am chatting to Dad in the meantime.
Sarah and I are back from Sarah’s, where we walked via the supermarket, but drove back. Mum is up. I’ve had a shower, so less sticky now. My right eye hurts for some reason.
Dad, Mum and Sarah watched the footy while I semi-watched it while chatting online. Sarah went home after the game and Mum went to bed but Dad and I stayed up watching the AFL until well after midnight, making it a bit of a late night.

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