Anyway, with two days to go, I'm cleaning the car (Henry) today in preparation of selling him. Well, mum and dad will do the actual selling, but that's besides the point. I can't believe how dusty he was. You could tell he had been up to the country a few times from all the grass and wheat seeds in the boot (that's the trunk, for you Americans) and the fine dust trapped in the seels around the boot.
Had my computer HD upgraded to 80gig yesterday and it took a bit of mucking around to get it set up again. Thank goodness for dads who are MacAddicts.
Had a nightmare last night that I was arrested at the Korean airport for not having a proper passport. It was better than the other dream I had where I forgot to pack (see below), and a lot shorter than the dream I had the night before about loosing my luggage between here and Japan. (actually, that dream was weirder than the spy one, but I can't remember it in detail. From what I do remember of it, I have the most bizzare imagination).
I need to go into town tomorrow to pick up some of that hand gel stuff that disinfects your hands as it evaporates.
I haven't started to pack yet. Looks like it will be a late night tonight and tomorrow.
I might go lawn bowling with dad again tonight. We'll see.
I took 6 garbage bags of clothes and stuff to the Salvos (salvation army for those of you not from Australia - it's a charity). That's one more thing crossed off the list.
Tomorrow will be my last day to blog before I get internet sorted out in Korea. Let's hope that will happen quickly.
Thanks for reading this far!!
Captain Countdown. It doesn't really feel like I'm leaving in 39 hours