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Packing... one of my least favorite things. There is, inevitably, this utterly horrible feeling of forgetting something. You know you have, you always do, and you know it is going to be the most important thing. In the end, you must resign yourself to it and tell yourself "just relax, you'll figure it out". Of course, the moment you'll figure it out will be in plane seat thousands of feet in ...
... running, as fast as my legs would carry me (which was faster in my dream than in reality, by about 4 times).
It was some time after that, between North Sydney and Milsons Point, that I woke up, my leg seized up in pain.
The result of this experience? Alarms every day for 3 days leading up to December 1, and three alarms, on 3 different devices for the morning of. I WILL BE THERE CHERUB! YOU WILL NEVER BE ALL BY YOURSELF!!
... s physical presence will no doubt make everything extra enjoyable anyways. It is similar to the effect I'm experiencing now where I'm typing (quietly still) on this blog while she has been planning tourist tactics. We're on Skype but haven't spoken in probably an hour. After a busy week of very little opportunities for texting let alone video chatting, it's even cool to just work on things separately but still get to enjoy each other's company.
What is 42? The answer to life, the universe, and everything obviously, but it is also the number of days until I leave to go see kangaroos, the Sydney opera house, poisonous everything, and a pretty amazing person who I seem to have become fond of over the course of approximately 10 years.
This will be, I believe, my second time out of the country but my first time off the continent.
Oh, and to whomever is reading this, in case you ...
... around Bricktown, a trendy shopping district with a water canal similar to San Antonio, and to visit the Okla City Memorial that commemorates the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building in 1995. We're hoping to see that at night as it appears they light the individual chairs that represent each person killed that day and it looks very powerful. We found Bricktown this evening and it was terrific. Lots of live music and a good ice cream shop. The canal, ...