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I’ll be home for Christmas!

November 11th, 2003 by MrLuxuryFashionGuru

Just a quickie update:


Christmas Plans: It seems likely that I’ll be flying home on SQ24 on 15 Dec (Mon), arriving at Changi at about 7am on 17 Dec (Wed).  I will then be flying to Bangkok with my family on vacation that afternoon at 1pm.  I’ll probably be in Singapore from 22 Dec – 3 Jan, when I’ll be returning back to campus to study for the final exams in mid Jan 04.


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Next week is going to be a rough one.  I have three, count em’, midterms – Chem 15 on Monday (for which I have little hope of doing well), Math 21a on Wednesday and Applied Math 21a on Friday (for which I *must* study).  Hence I envision not posting anything for a while.


In the meantime, it’s Veterans’ Day today, which means I get a chance to work on the two math problem sets due tomorrow (one down, one to go), as well as that expos essay draft due tonight at midnight (I’m going to start on that right now).


Till next time!

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