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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Tuesday 24 July 2007 (Day View)
24.07.2007 – Tuesday 24 July – Drizzling Sleepily
- • Waking up after getting less than four hours sleep and finding that it was drizzling lightly was enough motivation to skip the bus and drive to work. Finding parking, however, wasn’t as easy. I ended up parking on the side of a mountain, literally too steep to reverse up—the wheels just spun.
- • I was pleased to find my car hadn’t slid down the hill in the wet on its own, jumped out of park and rolled down the hill, or stopped working from being parked with the fuel tank higher than the engine. I picked Maz up from work and we drove to Indooroopilly, where I swapped my MP3 player for a new one, and Maz bought a microwave, some crockery (along with a specially broken glass), and a bucket. I took my left over curry over to his place, and had dinner. The girls here seem to have gone all out on their cooking last night.