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Monday, February 2, 1998
Caught in a snow storm
While driving home from the day-care centre,
I suddenly found ourselves in a real snow storm. It only
lasted for half a hour, but it was good for one inch of
fresh, dry snow. After dinner, we watched our neighbours
and their kids having snowb all fights in the street.
This kind of snow fall is rare over here. This was only the
first real snow of this winter so far.
Thursday, February 5, 1998
One million minutes
What is one million minutes? At 13:20 today is was
exactly one million minutes until the year 2000.
Saturday, February 21, 1998
Tube in his nose
This afternoon we went shopping in our local mall. I proudly
(with a smile on my face) walked behind the pram carrying
Of course, I noticed the reactions from the people seeing the
tube in his nose. (Because he has trouble drinking by himself,
he needs to be fed through a tube which goes from his nose
to his stomach.) In a certain sense these reactions made me
feel even more proud of him, hoping that people would notice
it. There was only one lady, in a wheel chair, who made a remark
that she felt sorry for him.
Saturday, February 28, 1998
This morning, walked through the city with Annabel, when I
passed by a small shop which `buys and sells collectable toys',
and peeked inside through the door. My eye was caught by a
medium sized replica of the
`Millenium Falcon'. Immediately
I thought about buying it. The only problem is that the shop
only opens at noon on Saturdays, and that is too late for me.
Of course, I did search the Internet for some images. I found
this, this, and