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Saturday, June 30, 2007

It's good to be home.

Being back home is pretty nice. With no homework and no calling, I don't really have anything that I have to do. I can play piano or harp or Guitar Hero for as long as I want. I can blog, or watch TV, or read a book whenever I feel like it. At first it was boring--I like to keep myself busy--but now I'm getting acclimated to the relaxation. I don't mind having nothing to do. It's sort of nice. Plus soon I'll start working and then I'll be a lot busier.

I hung out with Puccini this morning. His mom opened a center for the performing arts, and I'm going to be working for her. We're starting a camp on Monday so Puccini and I went to the farmers market to hand out flyers. After a couple of hours we got bored so we went back to the center. Ozz and his daughter were there, who I haven't seen since my trip to Europe last summer, so that was fun. His wife works at the center, so I'll get to see a lot more of them. Ozz is hilarious.

Anyway, Puccini and I sat at the piano and played around for a while. It was just like old times--me stumbling through some pieces I've never seen before while he sings in that fabulous voice of his. It was great. He picked out a bunch of songs he wants me to play for him this summer and I went home very excited. I've really missed working with Puccini. He's very gifted--a real musician that loves music as much as I do--and when I work with him I always feel like I'm part of something amazing.

An dear old friend (we'll call him Pound--and no, it's not because he's fat or violent or anything--it's just a complicated story; perhaps I'll tell it another day) from my first year of Sylvan Singers IM-ed me today. He just asked what I was up to for the summer and then we chatted for a bit. We started talking about movies and I suggested we go see one tonight. He wasn't sure if he could or not, but he's supposed to let me know in the next hour or so. I was going to invite Cuorderoy as well, so it was convenient when she sent me a text asking if I wanted to go see a movie with her. Either "Live Free or Die Hard" or "Ocean's 13." I'm excited.

I think I'll go play piano.


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