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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Sunday 28 November 2004 (Day View)
28.11.2004 – Sunday 28 November – Bronwen’s (Part Two)
- • Getting up seemed like a terrible idea, so we didn’t. Heaven knows what Bronwen’s parents think of me – not emerging from her room all day.
- • Dinner, on the other hand, seemed like a good idea, so we did.
- • As the day was now gone, there wasn’t much point in me heading home to arrange my flights up north, so I stayed the night – actually managing to get a little more sleep this time.