April 28th, 2005

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Newsflash

I've had my hair cut.

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I've been psyching myself up for this for weeks but I am still a little thrown by it. I'm trying to focus on the 'yay, neat! yay colour!' and not so much on missing the length, but I am feeling a little down, a little deenergized. I'll get used to it, I'm sure, and of course it won't stay this in between length forever.

Today is the fifth day, with no weeks yet completed, of the Omer
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Book: Always coming home

Author: Ursula K Le Guin

Details: (c) 1985 Ursula K Le Guin 1985; Pub Bantam 1986, ISBN 0-553-26280-7

Verdict: Always coming home is very poetic and thought-provoking, but I personally prefer things with more of a story.

Reasons for reading it: I've been meaning to read this for absolutely ages, mainly because I'm a big fan of Le Guin. And thick paperbacks represent good value for weight when I'm travelling.

How it came into my hands: If I'm not mistaken I got this on a second-hand book spree during one of my trips to California. But I've had it a while and I can't exactly remember where it comes from.

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I've also put up reviews of Life of Pi and Me talk pretty one day which I read while I was travelling last week.

Today is the fifth day, with no weeks yet completed, of the Omer
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