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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Sunday 29 July 2007 (Day View)
29.07.2007 – Sunday 29 July – Lost Phone
- • I’ve had the worst day, in a very minor way. After getting to bed not long before five o’clock this morning, I was woken by Nandini’s, or her boyfriend’s, phone in the morning. It has the worst ringtone, is very loud, rings for a very long time, and rang out several times, and again half an hour later. I eventually got back to sleep, and woke up after midday, feeling crappy for having slept in most of the day. I drove to Indooroopilly to buy a line-in cable for my car stereo, found that they’re over twenty dollars at Dick Smith, checked Harvey Norman, and ended up with one from Target for $8.95. It was about then that I discovered I didn’t have my phone. I checked in Harvey Norman, drove back to Dick Smith, but they were shut, rushed home, phoned my phone, and found that someone had found it and dropped it into Woolworths at Indooroopilly. A speedy drive back to Indooroopilly, and I was reunited with my phone.
- • Picked Bronwen up from the airport. Drove her to her place. Drove home.