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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Tuesday 23 December 2003 (Day View)
23.12.2003 – Tuesday 23 December – Nolan Creek Walk
- • I went for a walk up the Nolan Creek, taking photos. It was very hot and I walked too far, too fast, too hard, and without drinking and got heat exhaustion and felt sick. When I got home, I drank a 1.25 litre bottle of red Fanta, which didn’t help me feel any better, making me feel much worse instead – not surprisingly. I was so sick that I didn’t even try ice cream to see if that would fix the soft drink, as I normally would.
- • I watched “Lantana” with Mum. It’s not a bad movie; the social interactions it portrays have been illustrated very well.