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Not much doing today. Still got builders in - although we do have water again now. Did some web site stuff, worked on eBay from home yesteday, playing on a new game "Space Colony", which is a bit sims, a bit city builder, a bit starcraft, while not being any of them really.... hooked though!

Got another new suit through from eBay though, looks good too. Shame I'm not another half foot taller though - all my new skirts and trousers are too long! I'll either have to buy some SERIOUS high heels, or learn to sew! I get a feeling it'll be shoes though!

GameSites looks to have re-vamped itself. I think I like it though (unless I just got logged out and I haven't changed the settings right - wouldn't suprise me the way I am at the moment).

And just for once, I was thrilled by some junk mail that I got today. Years ago me and Jacs signed up for Chigago Rock memership when it first opened in town. Not that we ever use it, I hardly go any more. BUT as we're off on another staff night out the day after my birthday, the free entry tickets I got today - for the exact day we're going out! And we'd planned to go there - have come in handy! WOHOO!

Just got to remember to take them with me now. I'm sure it mentions something about food too....... yum!

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