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I think this makes number 2 post for tonight, and yeah there will be a number three but a ‘boring’ filler – which I sometimes amuse myself with and it’s one floating around at the moment.

First though, today (as all you strange readers seem to not mind them). I’ll endeavor to make it interesting.

Drove myself and Emily to church, while Mum took Laura to work and eventually made it back with Hannah who was with her. Church was alright. The sermon was on prayer and 95% was okay but there was something that sent critical spasms into my mind – just the way they went about things. Sometimes I would like to smash my head repeatedly and so kill off the offending cells.

Before church actually started. I wandered over to where Bec and Jerome (Dan’s friends who are new to YVV) were standing looking rather lost. I got talking to Bec and it turns out she is at Deakin and IN MY FLIPPING PHOTOGRAPHY TUTE! I can’t believe that I didn’t realise, I have met her once before. This is brilliant. A) she’s an extravert which makes things REALLY easy for me. B) she’s a Christian, which although is not crucial to uni survival or friendships, is still rather nice and C)I have other contact with her outside of uni which means a better kind of freindship. Bec is also in Jess and Isobelle’s drama class and one of Jess’ screen practice lectures. Funny world.

The young adults did their every second week social thing. We ended up having lunch all together down at the local pub. I’ve never been there before – wasn’t too bad. Food was alright. Company was better though. Poor Laura missed out, that’ll teach her for working on Sundays. Jess, Dan (bongos), Dan (YITS), Bec and maybe Jerome and I are off to see a movie on Tuesday night. No idea what we’ll see but should be good.

I drove back to Jess’s to pick up my camera and my thongs. Drove home. Drove – I like that word now that I can use it within the context of my own name 😀

New blog design should be up soon. John is being superbly nice and giving me some pointers on the coding side of things (unless I can just hoodwink him in to doing it all). The current one I’ve decided is horrible. Tell me, how have you put up with it for so long?!

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