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10.10.2007Wednesday 10 October – Evil Spirits, Snow & Lightning-less Curry

There was a bit of a storm—rain and lighting. I have unusual dreams. I was walking to Annette’s, as one does. Never mind that I haven’t lived in that area for over ten years. And it was amazingly scenic—mountains covered in mist, and when I went around a bend, a snow covered mountain that’d take your breath away—but I didn’t have my camera with me. So I rushed home to get my camera, only to get caught up with an evil spirit that ate my mother and sister. I never did get to take any scenic photos, nor did I ever manage to exorcise or entirely remove the fear that the creature may get me. I did, however, eventually wake up.
I’ve today off, and a rather average day it has proved to be. I drove to Indooroopilly with Stella, to do some shopping and get something to eat, but on the way Bronwen called, so I had to rush, skipping food and buying a slice from Michel’s Patisserie, and rush to Bronwen’s. When I go there, I found the cream in my slice was sour. After spending some time at Bronwen’s, and getting very hungry, we drove back to my place, via Hungry Jack’s for a combined breakfast and lunch.
Just as we were about to go and get curry, there was lightning, so we rushed to Maz’s, and up to Mount Coot-Tha, where it rained but didn’t lightning, so we rushed back to Halim’s Indian Taj for an amazing curry.

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