October 17, 2005

Sunday, 17th October

Today was very short. I woke up at around 15:00 (!) and had a shower to wake myself up. I got some toast for 'breakfast' and spent a while writing up the previous two days' blog entries. I then decided to give my mother a nice long phone call. I also talked to my father. Good to catch up with them both!

I then by complete chance found I had the ingredients to make a chilli, so I did. Anika wondered what it was, and commented it looked nice. It was very nice, but the pan that I made it in stuck. I was also trying to watch TV at the same time and spilled half the bowl on my shirt. Oh well…

The rest of the evening I can't remember much of, really, a very lazy day. I do remember the following:

  • Helping Anika get perl set up on her laptop so she could do some coursework.
  • Watching a bit of Star Trek with Will, who turns out to be somewhat a fan.
  • Fiddling with the composition software on my iBook, and hence half-heartedly creating a trance remix of the Wallace and Gromit theme. It probably violates all kind of copyrights, so consider it a parody. link (AAC, plays in VideoLAN [www.videolan.org] fine).
  • Signing up for the Computer Game Programming Competition.

After some nasty washing up I sloped off to bed.

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  1. Mum

    I suppose there's some improvement in going to bed at 3 instead of 6 – not much, but some.

    I presume the latest laundry saga should be starting again today – I'm looking forward to it. I dined out on the last one all last week!

    It was great to have nice long chat with you too, dear. Who knows, maybe we won't even have an argument when we come to see you in two week's time. Absence has some extraordinary properties.

    Hope Dementia doesn't have to send in his heavies – it's hard to imagine Dementia's heavies, though, or what they might do. Still, it probably better (and more moral) to pay him back… so we don't have to find out!

    17 Oct 2005, 11:06

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