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     Wednesday, April 26, 2006

    Day off

    Well, with Anzac day yesterday I got paid to sit around and do bugger
    all. This was just what I needed. Very happy. I played scrabble online
    in bed all afternoon after sleeping in until lunchtime. Perfect!

    I've also started trying to learn two and three letter words off by
    heart while I am between calls at work. Whee! I'll get better. One day I
    might even be able to beat Tanya. Or my Nana, Aunty Betty or Aunty Gwen
    - imagine that?

    Anyway, we had a meal at the Robin Hood for Oscar's birthday which was
    most excellent. Nice bunch of people there + great food
    + pretty setting + Plenty of wine = Great night!

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