Saturday, July 05, 2008
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Time flew...

It was a hectic day today. It started with helping my children with their homework. I had to do it with the this morning because it was the only chance I had, considering my schedule for this weekend.

Then, it was off to my regular bi-weekly chamber session, where I scored a first. I was able to hold a high A for the last three measures at the end of the "Intermezzo" piece where I am the soloist. Took a very deep breath before that last note and my "mates" where laughing as they noticed I closed my eyes all throughout that ordeal. At least I know now I can hold a note that high for that long. I did not know I can hold a note for that long, period.

A short snack and a few minutes of rest then it was off to a wake of the father of a good friend. That became a mini-reunion of sorts. I reunited with my law school friends who I used to go home with everyday. And judging by their stories, I think they are all doing pretty well, including the one whose father just died. And I'm very grateful for that.

Time flew and before I knew it, we already spent more than three hours together and I had to leave for choir practice and mass. But they still went to dinner and tempted me to ditch choir and go with them instead. The lure of very good Chinese food and the continued company of good friends were almost irresistible. But in the end, I chose choir and the mass.

Choir and mass went well and I find myself coming into my own with my new flute. In the end, I'm glad I chose choir and mass. We still had time to meet again, anyway.

So now I'm just resting up for work tomorrow. Yes, you heard it right. We have work tomorrow as we have to prepare for a big case that will take the next two weeks. Work tomorrow may take all day.

Anyway, I already helped my children with their homework, as I have stated already. I'm sure they will understand why we will not go out this weekend.

It maybe a busy weekend for me by you enjoy the rest of yours.

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