I started the day nice and early courtesy of the sun.
I finished off the unit of assessment that I should have finished last week, and get it into the mail. I made a start on the next unit, but was feeling a bit unmotivated, so I walked down to the post office to mail off the previous unit.
My current unit is all about the different styles of homes in Queensland since pre-Federation, and it's actually really interesting. I could spend a lot more time reading the course notes than I really should. It did cause me to look at the homes I walked pass with a new eye.
It was pretty hot again, and I didn't feel up for picking up Zoe from Kindergarten by bike, so I drove over.
I wanted to head out to the Brisbane City Council's regional business centre at Yeerongpilly to see if they had any plans for my apartment building. It turns out it was a bit of a wasted trip, because I could have requested the archive retrieval over the phone if the call centre person I'd spoken to had have known better. Zoe enjoyed collecting brochures from the counter anyway.
The return journey took us close enough to West End, that I decided to make a side trip over there to grab a few things from the food wholesaler I like over there. Zoe had a milkshake, so she was happy.
We got home from that trip and didn't have a lot of time left until Sarah arrived to pick up Zoe.