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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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Easter holidays

Published: Wednesday 2005-03-23.

After having been longing for the winter sports holidays this year I have at least set myself up for a little Easter holiday. By using up my two remaining vacation days from last year I get a whole week’s worth of vacation, from tomorrow to Wednesday next week. Nice, nice.

The plan was initially to use the two extra days next week to catch up with sleeping after the LAN party in Nora this Easter, but now I have decided that I am not going to participate anyway, it feels like I need to take a few days off computers. Besides, I have been playing multi-player games anyway in the tournament we are participating in (which isn’t going all too well, while we have scored three victories, two of them were by default).

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