Again, I failed to start the day with a run, despite that being my intention. I think I'm officially out of the running habit now, so it's going to take some work to get back into it.
I'd decided that since I'd just finished the dispute management unit of my real estate licence course, that it might be educational to go and sit in on some residential tenancy dispute hearings at the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, so I donned my suit, hopped on a bus and rocked up at the hearing rooms in the city.
As they only publish their daily hearing list the night before, I kind of had to wing it as to the suitability. As luck would have it, Tuesday's list looks way better than Monday's list.
I ended up sitting in on one residential tenancy hearing, where the respondent was a no show, but they still proceeded with terminating the tenancy due to massive arrears. The next two were public housing hearings, which weren't relevant to me. One, where the respondent did show up, was particularly messy.
I didn't get as much of an educational benefit out of it as I would have hoped, but I did get to see how the process worked, so if I ever wind up there it won't be totally foreign to me. I may go again another time for the heck of it.
I caught a bus back home with enough time to bike down to the post office to collect some mail before biking to Kindergarten to pick Zoe up.
I'd switched Zoe's swim class from Thursday to Monday this week to free up Thursday for a trip to Movieworld to catch up with some friends visiting from Adelaide, so we biked directly to swim class, getting there a bit early. We hung out and had a snack before her class started.
One of Zoe's friends from Kindergarten was having a class at the same time, so Zoe got to say hi to her before their classes started, and then Eva and Layla arrived for classes after Zoe's. Zoe got to hang out with them individually, because they had back to back classes, and Justin and I got to have a chat. Zoe had a great old time playing with a bunch of kids, and we didn't end up leaving the pool until 4:30pm. It was a really nice afternoon.