NB Please read the post above for Thursday 15th Oct. This is twaddle!
I succeeded yesterday in getting the 0545. I admit that I had to run part of the way to the station, but I made it.
Got to the Cathedral at 6.40am and went to the 7am Mass and as I was leaving saw a colleague from work, which was really good. Later in the day she popped into my lesson to ask if her form were involved in that night's recital and we shared a certain pleasure that they were not... I had to stay of course, but was just listening, so no ham fisted piano accompaniments. ( not on that occasion anyway.)
After Mass I walked round to the piazza to join the queue to venerate the relics and was able to stay a while. I've never been to that Mass before, so have no idea what it's usually like, but there were maybe 100 people and they had the relics of St Edward the Confessor on the Altar.
So I went back this morning too, though missed the Mass, but am aiming for an early night and a showing for St Teresa of Avila.
Since bara brith is the home of the trivial, you will be pleased to know that the piazza is sporting a burger refreshment type van. Not a vegetable in sight! I have had some very nice breakfasts these past two days and am wondering what fuel I need to get me to the end of the rehearsal after school tomorrow. Food can replace sleep! 1 bacon sandwich= 1 hour!
What is twaddle??
What is twaddle per se or why is this twaddle?
This is twaddle because it focuses on the mundane details of my life at the expense of what was actually taking plce in the Cathedral.
But mundane details were what St Thérèse was all about... and other people's mundane is fascinating!
(I was previously referring to the bit in red at the top of the post, saying "This is twaddle")
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