• A sunny autumn Sunday afternoon

    by  • October 30, 2005 • California • 0 Comments

    posted by Sarah

    It’s almost the end of October! I can’t believe that we’ve been here for 2 1/2 months already, it seemed that we’d never get used to living here. And yet, things are starting to feel familiar, if not comfortable.

    I’m still on the super rigorous work schedule (the work itself is not rigorous, just the amount of time I spend “working); I’m full time at my temp job until Tuesday, working 6-8 hour Saturdays at the print shop, and editing and updating the website for ColorsNW Magazine. Although it’s not physically demanding stuff, I still find myself exhausted when I come home.

    Last night’s entertainment included a concert at the Episcopal church that we’ve decided to call our home church for the time being; it was entitled “Monster Mash Music” and included a repertoire of scary music played on the grand organ. Such selections as the Funeral March by Beethoven, the Funeral March of the Marionette by Gounod (the theme song to “Hitchcock Presents”), and of course, Bach’s Tocatta & Fugue in D Minor were my favorites in the program. I’ve decided to ask about organ lessons. What a cool and totally novel instrument to learn.



    Sarah grew up in Colorado but considers herself a Chinese-Malaysian-English-American. Her favorite thing to do is read in bed, or some sunny spot on a couch.

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