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You’ll be pleased to know I’m not going off on a melancholy rant again. I had a good day – led the singing at church, the highlight of which was singing ‘What a man, Abraham’ with three 4-5 year olds assisting. Came home and packed for Varuna, and did a bit of last minute work for AFES and slept most of the afternoon. I was ably assisted in my moodshift by the following playlist, which I have titled ‘Rainy – but not sad!’:

  • New Slang – the Shins
  • Better together – Jack Johnson
  • Good enough – Evanescence
  • Letter from America – the Proclaimers
  • Let me be – Xavier Rudd
  • Superstition – Stevie Wonder
  • Hope and validation – Bernard Fanning
  • Rehab – Amy Winehouse
  • Give Judy my notice – Ben Folds
  • I believe – Stevie Wonder
  • My baby just cares for me – Nina Simone
  • Ruby – Kaiser Chiefs
  • Beautiful – Carole King
  • Hot girl in the comic shop – Tripod
  • Black horse and the cherry tree – KT Tunstall
  • Heal over – KT Tunstall
  • My old man – Joni Mitchell
  • I’d like to – Corinne Bailey Rae
  • You’re all I have – Snow Patrol
  • You know I’m no good – Amy Winehouse
  • Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters – Elton John
  • Army – Ben Folds Five
  • Proper nice – Joss Stone
  • Spinning wheel – Blood, Sweat and Tears
  • Coming back – Gotye
  • Daisychains – Youth Group

Also, I got a text from Brett this afternoon asking if I wanted a spare ticket to Tori Amos at the Opera House in September. And although I can’t really afford it, I said yes because, well, it’s Tori Amos at the Opera House! Hurrah!