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Someone left a private comment asking what the logo on the bags looked like. I wasn’t sure whether you meant the logo on the bags we made for Christchurch, or this year’s logo. Anyway, here’s the Christchurch 05 logo:
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and here’s the Wellington 07 logo:
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My bus got into town a bit earlier than I expected, so I filled in the time walking down to the ESOL Home Tutoring offices, so I know where I’m going on Tuesday (I always do that when I’ve got an interview – I’m paranoid about being late because I couldn’t find the right place). It’s about 10 minutes walk from the bus exchange, so I should be able to get there in plenty of time.
Breakfast was fun, with lots of discussion of the upcoming convention (of course), and plenty of gossip exchanged. I passed on a couple of books, A Special Relationship by Douglas Kennedy to awhina, and Diary of a Nobody by George and Weedon Grossmith to Otakuu.
Otakuu, who’s been reading my diary (hi Otakuu!), had heard TheLetterB can’t make it tomorrow, so she’s offered her services. So we’re back to three people again, which should speed up the process greatly (a good thing, because I still haven’t got round to ironing those handles…).
After we finished breakfast and went our separate ways, I wandered around town for a while doing random errands: getting a couple of spare reels of cotton for tomorrow, a new inkjet cartridge (I’ve got a lot of books to register in the next few weeks, so I’ll be printing lots of labels), and a few bits and pieces for spot prizes at the quiz night (at this rate I’m not going to have any room in my luggage for books anyway – if you hear the Aratere has sunk on the night of 15 February, you’ll know it’s because my bags were too heavy), and going to the library (to get a couple more audiobooks, and also finding A Million Open Doors by John Barnes, which has been on my wishlist for a while). So a reasonably constructive day, even if I didn’t spend it ironing handles as planned.
Currently reading: Frangipani by Célestine Hitiura Vaite and A Hat Full of Sky by Terry Pratchett
Currently listening to: Thirteen Steps Down by Ruth Rendell