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02 March 2004

Back again

Spent the weekend with Jane in Leamington. I signed my rent agreement. My room is indeed HUGE. Nice big double bed and lots of space to walk around. Will be interesting to see how i will fit in with the life of Cristina and her son Michael. I like them. Michael is a loud little man of 4. Cristina is a nice lady. The only problem I see with it is my own attitude. I have been living on my own for the past 10 years or so. In student rooms or in a house with other professionals. But with Cristina it will be much more like 'living together'. My room is only my bedroom. The idea is that we share the living room, I use her pots and pans, I use her fridge and I watch her TV. I am willing to do that. But that will be something I will have to get used to again. I have to make sure I do not spend all my time in my room. I am used to having only one room: a bedroom/livingroom. I'll get used to it.

Things were cool again with Jane. I like being around her and we are now at the stage where we can simply be bored together. I know that sounds weird but it is a big deal. Most people feel that they always have to do stuff in their relationship. Jane and I spent most of the weekend sleeping, going in to town and watching videos (Rabbit Proof Fence and Whale Rider, we were in a Down Under kind of mood I guess). I bought the DVD of Finding Nemo! Yippie. Double DVD with lots of interactive fun. One thing missing though: there was nothing on how they record the voices for films like that. I would LOVE to see how they record the voices. Because the voice-actors get a rough version of the storyboard when they record their lines. And then the animators adjust the images of the characters to make them lip-sync. Cool.

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