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19th Sep 2009, 18:21   comments (2)

Night off - shopping

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Pretty intense few days leaving me with a sore neck and arms. Decided to spend an evening away from PhD stuff and go and find a new pair of trainers and maybe a jacket for my trip away next week. No luck but the empty Thursday night mall leaves me feeling like I'm in a VIP shopping programme.
17th Sep 2009, 22:37   comments (4)

Fuschia sunset

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From the back door.
16th Sep 2009, 19:29   | tags:comments (6)

Meet the humans

We observed the birth of an alien under the Midsummer Boulevard tree this afternoon.
13th Sep 2009, 20:03   comments (10)

Muster

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We went on a community muster today. Basically, it was a group walk across the town's common land which meant a walk across a featureless field for two hours.
12th Sep 2009, 17:17   comments (9)

I saw the crescent, you saw a bit more of the moon ...

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... so don't be so high and mighty.

(soundtrack here for Spotify users: linky).
10th Sep 2009, 20:27   comments (9)

Warp

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8th Sep 2009, 20:20   comments (10)

The smell of school

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First day back at school for the kids. School smells like fresh paint but underneath that there is that perennial school smell. It smells just as it did when I was a kid. So evocative.
7th Sep 2009, 09:24   comments (7)