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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Friday 16 April 2004 (Day View) – Amy leaves

16.04.2004Friday 16 April – Coding at Uni

Around lunchtime, just after waking up, and shortly after getting an email from Michelle asking me to give a message to Joe because I was online and she couldn’t phone, I decided to head into uni and code there. Happily for me, I made the breakthrough that I needed and got my code working. I also spent quite a while talking to the lecturer about lots of things, not many of which related to this course, and even fewer of those to this assignment.
  As even approached and my lack of lunch became more pronounced, I made the startling decision to go to Govinda’s for dinner on my way home – which I proceeded to do.
  Amy was gone by the time I got home.
Comment by sfsaf – Sunday 18 April 2004, 3:13 PM

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