It’s a good thing that the campus bookstore had a sale on clothing and
other school items, as I needed to pick up a few things. I don’t mind
advertising things I like, and the university has been very good to
me. Besides, it’s a great way to start conversation at the CHI
conference I’m going to next week.
I splurged on a pink-and-white zip-up hoodie with “University of
Toronto” written across the zippered front. It was expensive, but I’ll
get more wear out of it than out of the T-shirts, at least while I’m
in a temperate country.
And I picked up a corduroy miniskirt, too! Why does U of T have small
corduroy miniskirts with the school name on them?
We really should have cute IML T-shirts. I’d wear an IML baby-tee. The
Google shirt I’m wearing right now fits quite nicely.
Anyway, I have to plan my backpack for next week’s trip. I’m bringing
cookies. When I went to Cambridge, I made it through a week with my
backpack, but I ended up leaving my plastic containers behind. Maybe I
can just wrap up the plastic containers nicely and give them a tin
each. David and Jonathan are Cool People, and definitely deserve
I _might_ bring the red malong if I have space. It’s very versatile,
and I’d love to wear it at least once just to bring a little flavor to
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