A pretty exciting Australian Grand Prix was held today. Queanbeyan’s Mark Webber managed to hold on to 5th place, despite looking capable of more. The race was won by Giancarlo Fisichella of Italy, who was in a fast car (a Renault) and got very lucky with the weather yesterday. Michael Schumacher crashed into Nick Heidfeld through frustration, and perennial “almost�? drivers Rubens Barrichello and Fernando Alonso drove excellent races to come in 2nd and 3rd respectively.
On a related note the telecast went well, and Dad should be back from Melbourne in the next couple of days.
A fair bitâs been happening so far this week. Monday night I was at Tafe, where we learnt a whole lot about html forms, and then a little bit about php programming. The only problem was, we were set two assignments that were to be completed this week – both on php. And we hadnât learned enough to complete them in class. As a result, my answers are pretty ugly, and a bit of a hack job, but they are done.
Tuesday night I attended a âHow to lead prayer at churchâ? night. It was better than I expected, and encouraging. I spent most of the day writing music rosters for the night service. Today was a little quieter, but still full. I finished those assignments, and spent some time with my sister, Leah.
Tomorrow sounds pretty full, but hopefully manageable. My âCoopers Sparkling Aleâ is just about ready for bottling. âTil next time.
Lots of stuff happened this weekend (20-21 Feb). Phone and Elise had their engagement party, which changed venue at the last minute due to a massive thunderstorm and corresponding blackout. Parramatta Council seems to use any rain as an excuse to cut the power and save some money.
Church tonight was okay. I’m looking forwards to some changes happening this year – firstly music, a better attitude to learning and worship, and eventually to a new service starting up and bringing some new people to the church.
Today I did something a little bit exciting:
I set up a blog on my home website.
If you are reading this, you’ve found your way here. I set up the mysql database, configured and installed wordpress, and here I am.
Hopefully I’ll come up with something more significant to say sometime soon.