Monday, October 17, 2005

A day in the life.

Wake at 5:30, as the sky lightens – no alarm clock. Check the surf on the net. Waves are up, wetsuit on, walk to the beach – 500 metres. Surf until 7:20, or until the crowds get too much. Walk home. Shower, shave, pants on. Check emails, drink juice, eat yoghurt, iron shirt. Leave home at 8am. Buy rolls at the bakery next to the bus stop. Get on empty bus, sit at the back, where the pensioners won’t claim a seat from me later when it fills up. Read my book, glare at the unwashed and the overweight who try to sit next to me. Change to train at Bondi Junction. Continue reading. Walk the 500m to work, buy a banana at the fruit stand, through the door at 8 45. Log in, eat rolls with vegemite. Headphones on, check email, start work, finish work, headphones off, train to junction, bus to home, one beer, email, net, dvd, read, check surf for tomorrow, asleep by 11 pm. Do it all again.

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