In the lead-up to easter, I had the opportunity to describe my schedule for the weekend to a few people. At the time, it didn’t seem like too much, but in hindsight, it really has been a busy time.
- morning church
- watch a movie with a friend
- greek homework
- christian reinterpretation of passover dinner, where – surprisingly – I was the youngest male at the table
- Wedding, where I was MC-ing the reception – this worked out to be somewhere between five and seven hours of somewhat intense concentration; more on that later, perhaps
- A few hours to spend with kel
- having a friend visit, delivering a filing cabinet: about midnight
- in bed about 1am
- head to Cronulla for coffees
- Morning church
- Music Practice
- (watching) Dragon boat racing at Penrith
- More coffee at Cronulla, and catching up with friends
- Music Practice, and then playing piano at evening service
- Have dinner at home with kel
- Go to a friend’s house, help him empty out his unit, and then drive him to another house to finish packing
- Drive back home (in bed about 1am)
- Up at 5am, to pick up friend and take him to the airport
- breakfast at the airport, farewelling another couple
- drive to someone from church’s house, to drop off some boxes
- visit my parents, and spend some time with them
- some thorough unpacking around the house – the place looks much better now.
As a result, I’m typing this on an actual keyboard, sitting on a chair – at a desk (thanks Chan and Jord), rather than crouching in front of a monitor, balancing the laptop on top of it as i was before. Exciting times.
Oh, and I managed to take the shrink-wrap off my ladder (from Bunnings) and put a light fitting back on a light. Ah, home ownership.