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My long weekend during the June / July.

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My long weekend during the June/July holidays began with a very frustrated and angry beginning. It all began on the Thursday when I finished work, I remembered that I had to ring up and make an appointment at the orthodontist in Melbourne for the 25th of June. So I proceeded to dial the number, after about five minutes of calling the phone was finally answered, only to hear that the orthodontist was not going to be working there on Friday and that my braces should've already been off, well this sent me through the roof, I went on a rampage of frustration punching anything and everything insight. Consequently having to repair a door a few days later. However my anger soon turned to happiness (not really) ...read more.


I watched his first 4 games before going to the state hockey centre to watch Emma play in the U18 girl's team. From there we went, Ten Pin Bowling on the Saturday night, having a great time with Emma before going home. The next day been Sunday I went and watched Mark (older brother) and Emma play; for their Dandenong teams, after the game organising to go to the movies on Monday. Once again we had a good time at hockey and both couldn't wait until we would see each other again at the movies the next day. I woke up around 9am on Monday morning, having a shower then walking to the train station to meet Emma. She as usual was late as she had missed the train she was planning to come on, however I didn't really care. ...read more.


It took about 5mins to take them off but then he had to drill away all the cement/glue and polish my teeth, before taking a mould of my mouth for my plate, in which he attempted four times, as my teeth and jaw were to big for the mould. I had to come back at 4pm to pick up my plates, once collecting my plates; I left for a short walk to Spencer St Station where I caught the 4:10 bus back to Korumburra. Once I arrived home I found out that my Nan who has cancer, had, had a bad fall during the night, and consequently bruised her face and upper chest region. This news wasn't so good, as she was very frail and subsequently passed away 2 weeks later. This was the low light of my long weekend with the time spent with Emma been the highlights. Personal Writing: My Long Weekend Stuart Dowel 11 ...read more.

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