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Comments for Yawn
Yawn: 9/1 8/04First of all, let me start by saying yawn! I stayed up until 1:14 this morning playing Metroid Zero. I was on a roll (excuse the pun) and completely lost track of time. Of course the loud snores from my husband should have been a good reminder to go to bed.
Walk-Walk:After mailing a dozen books, including returning the text book Ian taught night school out of, we went to C.S.U. Hayward. We had hoped to reactivate Ian's library card but the library didn't open until 1 PM. That would have meant waiting for almost an hour and Sean was getting both hungry and tired. We chose to walk back to our car and go home for lunch.
Nonetheless, we had a lovely walk around the campus. Sean had chances to hop, climb, play in the dirt,
stomp in the water, watch the fountain, wave to airplanes, watch the sprinklers, walk backwards, ride
piggy-back and most importantly run. He did a lot of running.