|A funeral and a science lesson
||[Mar. 22nd, 2006|10:01 pm]
I got to choir practice tonight and we had an impromtu funeral service for a lady who had sang with us just last week had died 2 days later! I haven't been to a funeral service since Mr. Rutland's in grade 7. |
Later on, people were arguing about what we should preform next week and one member went on a lecture about people with alzheimer's and autism and how they respond to music (I tuned myself out during this).
I now know first hand why other drivers hate old ladies on the road. The woman who gave me a lift to practice is old enough to be my grandmother, and I couldn't help but notice the last minute lane changes at intersections and the car veering off towards the curb. Also, I guess they don't have a very good sense of direction, since she drove all around town to get us somewhere that could have only take 3 turns.
Well, I am home now. Gonna brave the old lady driving again next week, this time to Niagara Falls.