Headlines for Wednesday:
|A||X||Dinner party with James, Lusine and Stefan|
1. Singing: 16:54
She told me that the Faculty of Music sometimes asks for volunteers to
take eight-week music classes from the students. She suggested getting
in touch with Nancy Mc
After she left, I did some of the vocalizations Kuya Ed taught me before. My range is a little bit smoother now, and the high notes are a bit easier to reach. I sang a few things from Phantom of the Opera: Think of Me, Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again, All I Ask of You. I also practiced Sun and Moon, from Miss Saigon. All these were songs Kuya Ed picked for me before. =)
I should buy myself songbooks for some of the musicals I like, so that I can play them on the piano while singing. I'll probably never sing as beautifully as Aimee did, but it's still a lot of fun.
Random Japanese sentence: テーブルに猫の足跡が付いている。 There are footprints of a cat on the table.
2. Song, by Sara Teasdale: 17:18
You bound strong sandals on my feet,
You gave me bread and wine,
And sent me under sun and stars,
For all the world was mine.
Oh, take the sandals off my feet,
You know not what you do;
For all my world is in your arms,
My sun and stars are you.
Random Japanese sentence: 猫がネズミを追いかけた。 A cat ran after a mouse. Neko ga nezumi o oikaketa.
3. Weird job post: 22:48
by the way; kinsa naa kaila nga female na kabalo ug PHP, Perl and a little about networking pwede na basta maayo medyo kabalo ug develop web based programming. FEMALE willing to do 24 hour shifting sched.
Naa nangita pa post lang name nimo diri basin ikaw na ilaha gipangita. salary medyo below 2 digit pa.
Very very odd.
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Random Japanese sentence: 雨が土砂降りに降り始めた。 It began to rain cats and dogs.
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