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October 20th, 2004


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10:44 am - Chris update 2.1
I just spoke briefly to grouchychris on the phone, and he hadn't seen any doctors yet so he didn't have any word about specifics. But we both imagine he'll be there again tonight. Usually if they're going to discharge you they start making noises in that direction earlier on in the day.

I'm going out to visit him again this afternoon, after I wrap things up here at work. I brought my laptop, we shall see what kind of connectivity we can scare up. Now I have to try and remember if I even have a modem installed in the beast... *blush*

Yesterday I had my phone off while I was there in deference to possible policy, but I didn't see anything posted regarding No Cell Phones. If I end up shutting it off again I'll make a point to check messages a little oftener. Or you can call Chris on the room phone at 206-364-0500 x1433.

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From:sculpin
Date:October 20th, 2004 11:11 am (UTC)
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Shoot, I wish we'd coordinated. Josh went to Issaquah last night to pick up our spare laptop from jeffbadge to lend to Chris. (We'd lent it to jeffbadge's wife, Sarah, while she was in the hospital -- or we'd meant to, anyway. Turns out she was too radioactive to use it.)

Well, give him our love.
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From:cithra
Date:October 20th, 2004 11:57 am (UTC)
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That's ok, turns out Chris is headed home this afternoon anyway (Yay!) where he can use his very own laptop to his heart's content.

He mentioned the radioactivity non-laptop use in passing yesterday... it was very kind of Josh to run all the way to Issaquah and back in what I'm sure was horrible traffic (a constant there these days as far as I can tell).

Plus one of the things I love about my little 12" PowerBook is how easy it is to go mobile with it. It truly is portable with very little trouble on my part. So taking it with me today was definitely no hardship!

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