Friday as usual was choir practice. This time in preparation for Saturday’s Silver Jubilee mass and Sunday 8.30am mass.
Managed to cock up “We are here to praise you”. Guess, I’ve got so much running through my mind now a days that certain older stuff just takes a while to recollect 🙁
Saturday was a relatively quieter day, atleast till evening.
Picked up James and headed over to Holy Trinity Church in Powai. Heading there wasn’t a problem at all because the roads were perfectly clear. Helped because we left only at 5.20pm for the 6pm mass!
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This past week has been rather tiring and in some ways busy. That has been pretty much the case since Dad came down 🙂
Madam A came over on Monday morning for a bit of CAT studing, while in the evening I had to go for choir practice. We have been learning a few new hymns and the different parts for some old ones.
Tuesday was uneventful, but Wednesday made up for it.
Didn’t do much of that on Sunday when I went for my AIMCAT. Had thought it going for me when I attempted the verbal, but the quant and DI made me change my mind. Checking the results later convinced me that the verbal was also as bad as the other two!
Anyway, headed straight home after the paper. Was really zonked, because Dad had arrived in the morning, resulting in my sleep being cut shot. But no complains at all 😉
My beloved bike is now two years old 🙂
Well, I’m exhausted!
It’s been a week and once again I haven’t had the time to blog. Last Saturday, the 4th was a rather eventful day. Something that will remain in my memory for a long long time. And I won’t mention why 😉
In the evening had the “Fiesta Night” in church. The legendary band Crimson Rage were called to play. The only reason I went was because I heard that they mainly play ballroom music. They didn’t give me reason to complain.
The music was simply fabulous. Unfortunately only till 10.30. Food was horrid, but then you can’t expect much for 150 bucks, can you?
Took a walk with Madam A (who was my date for the dance) after the dance before saying good night.