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livredor
A very happy day
Tuesday, 15 November 2005 at 09:18 pm
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My uncle has a holiday place a little way down the coast. This is the place where I spent some of the happiest times of my childhood. Today, I went there with my aunt and Littlest Cousin B. It was wonderful wonderful wonderful, just walking around all these places that are full of happy memories. Plus, the icecream shop which caused me to be skeptical of rysmiel's claim to know the best icecream shop is still there. And the icecream is still just as yummy as I remembered, even through the filter of nostalgia for sunny childhood holidays.

We returned to Melbourne for the rare occurrence of all the kids being free for the evening. So I corrupted introduced them to Carcassonne, which was great fun. Yay family.


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rysmiel: good things in life
From:rysmiel
Date:November 15th, 2005 03:20 pm (UTC)
4 hours after journal entry, 11:20 am (rysmiel's time)
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I'm not competitive about ice-cream shops, definitely glad that people other than here can have really excellent ones too.
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From:livredor
Date:November 16th, 2005 08:45 am (UTC)
22 hours after journal entry, 08:45 am (livredor's time)
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*smile* I know you're not competitive, and I know you're very generous about other people having good things. I was just following a chain of thought and didn't at all intend to impute meanness to you.
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