Saturday, January 27, 2007
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Spent most of the day with Bea over at her school's fair. It was tiring but fun. Of course, Bea enjoyed the most because all she did was eat and buy stuff after her field demonstration.

Because of this school fair, we had to move our brass band session to this afternoon. Though I was already tired, I attended because we only play brass once a month (the other Saturdays, I play flute and they play strings).

It was a decision I did not regret. Found out how much I improved in my saxophone playing. I think I even surpassed the one who lent me his saxophone for me to try (he has been playing for years). As of now, I can actually play stuff already and could follow the pieces given by our maestro.

Only problem is, the session was too close to choir that I did not get enough rest. And my flute playing suffered today, it sounded so airy. I'll try to play the flute tomorrow morning to see if my lips was just tired today.

But we're also set to go out of town tomorrow to visit my 87-year old aunt who just arrived from Canada...

Good thing Bea has no class on Monday. At least, I will not get up early that day.

Enjoy the remainder of your week.

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