Sunday, 21 November 2010

London City Choir

I don't know how many times we've ordered from Papa John's this past month. Too many to count! Yep, that's an extra large pizza for lunch. I think I had about 4... maaaybe 5 slices? Toppings: black olives, green peppers, sausage, onions, and mushrooms.

Afternoon plans: I managed to get through a few hours worth of study material for my PT program. So far I've studied the respiratory system, the heart, cardio respiratory system, energy systems, and energy sources. I still have bones, muscles, joints, and SO MUCH MORE TO REVIEW. Phew. Deep breath. I have until December 3 to study my bootay off. It also helps that I have this week off from my program. Yippee!!
Chocolate study break! Crunchie reminds me of butterfinger but tastier.

Tonight we went to the London City Choir concert at St. John's Smith Square church. T recently got accepted into the choir so he thought we should check em' out before he actually sang w. them.

I was feeling a little ill prior.  Red Bull + Day Nurse (DayQuil equivalent) =  nauseousness!! We had about 10 minutes so I snuck in a few bites of chicken and veggies from the church cafe.
Not too shabby! It was nice to get a medley of veggies.

Ugh. I don't feel well. I think it shows on my face.
During intermission we grabbed a slice of  Beetroot n' Seed cake. It tasted just like carrot cake w. crunchy nuts on top. The cake was moist and delicious.
We had seats in the back but thankfully the room wasn't too big. Their voices filled the room quite nicely.
They sounded great. I'm not a huge fan of choir music though. I'm guessing it might be an acquired taste? I really dug the orchestra though. Reminded me of my violin days. What a beautiful sounding instrument.
We walked by Big Ben. It looked so regal at night.
The bells were chiming right as we walked by. What a beautiful city. I love London!!
Still feeling a bit peckish so T whipped up a quick pasta snack.
Dripping in olive oil, butter, salami, and truffle oil. D.E.T.O.X. I can feel my hips growing wider. Keeping my fingers crossed that a good night's rest is going to help cure this cold once and for all!

Something to look forward to: Thanksgiving in London. We're going over to a friend's house and eating DA BIRD!!! Bring on the Holidays!! :o) :o)

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