this kind of typing drives me nuts, but i figure it’s just for one post. jim gaffigan remarks about it too. “you know you’re lazy when you can’t even reach the shift key. (straining to reach “shift” key)…ehhhh…they get the idea.”
last night was our last monday night rehearsal for choir. remember that note i was telling you about that was really high and i wanted to sing it? the note is so high, it’s actually optional and it is way up, off of the staff. it’s almost like that note princess fiona sings in “shrek” when she makes the bird pop. well anyway, i sang what i thought the note in our music sounded like, but just to check i had our director and pianist go to that note again. sure enough, i hit the right note. yay! ha! take that “constant cackler”! the lady next to me looked at me and said, “hey if you can sing it, go ahead. you’re still young.” after rehearsal, i was on my way out of the church. the “constant cackler” was behind me, so i held the door for her. she asked almost in a suspicious tone, “how long have you been able to sing that note? i just told her that i tried last week, but wasn’t sure of the note, so i had to ask this time around. i felt pretty content about singing that high, though.
well i can’t take this anymore, i’m going to shift back to both upper and lowercase letters pretty soon. it’s very hard to type an “i” and not capitalize it. or type in a name of someone and not use uppercase letters.