Sunday 22nd August – It Takes 2 to Tango
Bronwen and I rushed to the Queensland Wind and Brass’ “It Takes 2 to Tango”.
Bronwen, Kara and I went to Wagamama in the city, and ate a rather expensive, but reasonably yummy, dinner.
Monday 23rd August – Clint & Confectionary
I worked. Nicole and Peter were sick.
Bronwen and I drove over to Maz’s, where Clint was, then went to Halim’s Indian Taj, then out to the confectionary warehouse for confectionary, then back to Maz’s for a chat with Clint.
Tuesday 24th August – Salt
I took pizza to South Bank, where Bronwen was climbing, ate said pizza, then saw the movie “Salt”—it’s like Bourne with breasts, except not as good as that sounds.
Wednesday 25th August – A Normal Day
I had a normal day at work.
I visited Bronwen, and had a quiet evening at home.
Thursday 26th August – Error
Error: Day did not exist. Earth calendars wrong.
Friday 27th August – Talking
I drove home, met Bronwen, talked,
Saturday 28th August – Buderim
Bronwen and I drove up to Buderim to see Bronwen’s grandfather, took him out to lunch, met Cam and Tina who had also gone to take Bronwen’s grandfather out to lunch, had Thai for lunch, then drove to Alexandra Point where we met some gents riding large blocks of ice down a hill, then on to King’s Beach where we had coffee and a thick shake.
I drove Amy and Blaise to the city, then had Halim’s Indian Taj with Bronwen.
Sunday 29th August – Valerie’s Second Coming
I tried to have a sleep-in, but was awoken. I walked to the bakery, had baked goods, and met Bronwen and Maz.
Bronwen and I had planned to go to Sunday Live, but after rushing to the shops, via Maz’s, we found there wasn’t enough time to get there, so instead Bronwen and Maz went rollerblading, and I went home to await Valerie’s second coming.
Valerie and her boyfriend arrived, Bronwen, Maz and I drove to Maz’s and had Thai food for dinner, and everyone lived happily ever after.
Monday 30th August – Cheap Petrol but No Milk
I worked, and it was Monday.
I had a quiet dinner at home with Bronwen, after a walk to get some tomatoes. Unfortunately, there’s no milk, so I can’t have coffee. It’s so very sad: instead of coffee, I’m watching Jonathan Creek.
Petrol was cheap tonight, 113.9¢. And on that note, I’m off to bed.