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Archive for June, 2007

The Final Countdown

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

Well it is now officially a year until I go. I can’t wait. My work has asked me to extend my contract until end of June 2008 and then I am off. We are still in negotiations as they want me to have insurance that they can claim against in case I am in an […]

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Celebrating Canada Day

Friday, June 29th, 2007

Today the celebrations for Canada which is on 1st July were held in Trafalgar Square so I went along after work and checked out some of the bands that were playing and went for a wonder with my mate around Covent Garden. We also passed Haymarket Street which is just around from Trafalgar Square where […]

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Muddy and Miserable

Sunday, June 24th, 2007

By the Sunday morning I was wondering around Glastonbury looking for some toilets that I could bare the smell of and weren’t too messy while I was getting more muddy and miserable by the minute. Sitting disconsolated on a seat in the rain I found myself near the Healing Field and decided that I would […]

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Friday, June 22nd, 2007

I was over Glastonbury before even getting there. Part of it was having just been to a festival, also a lot of the people I know who used to go weren’t going this year and I wasn’t going with a female friend to run around checking out all the bands with. I decided to post […]

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Home Run

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007

We played softball against another company tonight and I got a home run. Technically speaking three other people came up to bat while I was making my home run but when you consider that my first time up to bat I was so pleased I hit the ball I forgot to run and the second […]

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Opulent Opera

Tuesday, June 19th, 2007

Gilgamesh was a Sumerian king of Uruk (present day Iraq) but is also a restaurant lounge bar upstairs over the Camden market. It can hold over a thousand people and is opulently decorated in a Babylonian theme but serves Pan Asian food. It is my mates birthday on Thursday so I took her out for […]

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Nothing Wrong

Monday, June 18th, 2007

Last night I had a date with a guy doing his doctorate in psychology. After an evening of probing me about my family history he analysed me as normal which was nice coming from an almost professional. A lot of times when I mention that I am on internet dating sites people say that they […]

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Reorganisation and Remotivation

Sunday, June 17th, 2007

After reading this book on Saturday about a girl’s hedonistic working holiday to Australia I was left in slightly bleak mood so it was nice on Sunday morning to get up bright and early and meet Lisa to go through the business plan and costings for the male cosmetic products, come back home and talk […]

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Three Dates in Three Days

Saturday, June 16th, 2007

I thought that the best way to get over that bloke was go on a few internet dates. I am not so sure now. I am beginning to believe the people who tell me that I should stop trying and it will happen when I least expect it. To which I usually reply that it […]

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Dislike DIY

Wednesday, June 13th, 2007

Ok, I finally have admitted it to myself. I really don’t like DIY. I have had a shower rail that I have been meaning to put up since Jan. I finally got around to trying to drill into the ceiling a few weeks ago but the holes weren’t deep enough so I asked my mate […]

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