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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 30 June 2008 (Day View) – Mum is taken to hospital.
30.06.2008 – Monday 30 June – The Incredible Hulk
- • Called Mum and found that she was about to go to hospital suffering from dehydration and constipation.
- 1am Tonight
- • I’ve just driven back from Bronwen’s, dropping her off there so she can get a restful sleep before work tomorrow—something I should be doing, but clearly aren’t. Before that, Grace, Bronwen and I had eaten a kebab at the Ville, and watched “The Incredible Hulk” at Indooroopilly. Grace had free tickets. It wasn’t incredible—though it was incredibly violent—but it was a powerful, entertaining movie. Earlier, I had booked flights up to Cairns and on to Cooktown for the end of next month.