This weekend I did more than whole past week. I saw many faces, visited many places and did things I like to do. The other side of this story — I get tired as hell, and everything hurts. Well… Totally worth it.
Project 365 of 2017: Days 27–28. Here and there
It has become a tradition to learn Japanese on Saturdays. So I packed my textbook and moved to the city centre. Today we practised with Kota-san who has told us that he will go to the Japan for summer. This is our last “jyugyou”, I mean, lesson. Also, the other members of my current community will leave Saint-Petersburg too, so we will have a break until the end of the August. Kinda sad. On the other hand, I will have enough time to recall all the things I’ve successfully forgotten.
Then I went to my vocal teacher and sung a lot after the long break. Two hours of live singing — it’s a really hard job! Now I’m practising to sing old songs, such as “Moon River”. Love those old and warm ones. Referring to my current ukulele experience, I need to practise this song to perform it the best way I can in the future.
I visited the Pavlovsk park today and tested my new camera. My body ached, but I made that trip anyway. Totally worth it even I had to behave myself as everything is okay. Forest smells amazing! It’s calm and quiet and everything green. God how long wished I to visit the forest! I’m planning to make a test video about this trip and also I think that I’ll be able to post a couple of photos tomorrow.
These two days were really long. When you do a lot of things time slows and stops like a fly in the amber. And you can watch yourself from the distance. Look, this is me, I do things, I’m still alive and I’m planning to remain in that condition as long as possible. When you do nothing — you just fall into the stream of the days. There’s the only stream. You do not exist anymore.
And I pause where I am for a second when I hear your name
Sometimes I think I see your face in improbable places
Do those moments replay for you?La Disute