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Sunday, 27 June 2004

family time...

Well, Sunday, and therefore the weekend, is on the wane already! It's been a good one, though - we started today with a trip to the park before church. Our playing, however, was cut short when Christopher trod into some unpleasant (is there any other kind?) dog-mess behind one of the swings. Some people are so inconsiderate, and we arrived a little late at church as a result of this and the slow-moving traffic arriving for the 'Race For Life' event which was taking place nearby.

After lunch, Christopher and I popped to PC World to pick up a new power supply and cooling fan for Beth's PC, which has been crashing rather a lot just lately. Christopher selected a fan with a red glow, and we came home and fitted both with (hopefully) no problems. It took a little longer than before because I wanted to tidy up the cables at tbe back of the PC using some rather innovative 'Cablezip' product - and there are a lot of cables!

Last night, while watching the third of the far-from-ordinary Quarter Finals of the Euro 2004 football championship, I was sitting on 'my' sofa with the lounge windows open; there was a bird chirping loudly ouside, making a noise reminiscent of a mobile phone. I made a brief recording (192kB MP3) although it doesn't quite hae the bizarre 'R2D2' noises I'd heard before.

Speaking of Euro 2004, I'm surprised that there are still lots of cars sporting "chavflags" (as I've dubbed them) in spite of England's unfortunate defeat at the hands - or rather feet - of Portugal. For the sake of posterity, here's a link to the DVLA "announcement" on a new driver identification system.

Not long until the week starts again... better make the most of the time with the children!
COMMENT:
AUTHOR: Mother
EMAIL: mary@chepbourne.freeserve.co.uk
URL: http://
DATE: 06/27/2004 20:10:11
Good to read the everyday details. Such things happen to all the best people! So depressing when they happen. Still, life goes on. and we warily watch out for dirty doings for a while. I just wondered about the pictures in a gallery, of Ed and Kate's wedding. I don't seem able to find it - the gallery, I mean. Love,MotherX

Posted by james at June 27, 2004 5:10 PM


 
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