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Annette Singh @Troisnyx

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Lancashire, UK

Joined on 6/26/11

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Welcome back!
Glad to see that Lent brought you wonderful experiences.
Great joy does not come without suffering.
I can't imagine being in heaven, where only joy is present.. how will I be able to feel it?

Life has ups and downs, granted, but imagine a kid going into a sweet shop, or a traveller visiting the beautiful outskirts of a place (it would be, for example, Cumbria for us Brits)... or a musician relieved of all stresses and freely allowed to play or sing knowing that everyone is listenig with love. It's an eternal moment in warmth, beauty and total self-giving. We won't know what it is until we get there, but that heightens our looking forward to it.

At least, that's how I perceive it... I want there to be great joy, even through my sufferings. Sounds paradoxical, but it's something I would like to work towards.

Welcome back, Troisnyx and may you have a Blessed Easter!

Aren't Timps the most glorious instrument ever? :P

Anyway, its sounds like to me that who had several wonderful experiences during Lent. Camping is incredibly fun and something I miss quite a bit.

They are indeed... I was just simply grateful to have the opportunity to pray through the drums, that was all -- and even now, I have the desire to do the same.

As for camping... you don't want to do it too long. It's fun, but in small doses. 3-4 nights, tops. We had strong winds coming in during the second-to-last and last nights of our expedition, and our tent was catching it and making such a racket in the middle of the night, until Seán got out and checked the tent pegs to see if everything was in order, and reinforced them with even more tent pegs and barbecue skewers. It was unnerving. Plus the camp owners had a farm... and on one occasion we went to bed with cows mooing all around. These were so well timed...

"Will those cows stop mooing already?"
"I just want to say---"

Ring the bells! Troisnyx has returned!

Great to hear that you're well and that Lent was enjoyable for you. I loved the pictures: you look like a natural on those drums in the 4th picture. They certainly looked like an exhilarating instrument to play.

Dat bike. Pop a wheelie already!


I won't be able to pop a wheelie until I've got some sense of stability on the bike, y'know. ;-) TBH, I struggle with keeping myself balanced with the cross-winds about the place.

And yes, those drums-- timpani, or timps as I shorten them, are exhilarating. I couldn't record myself that night when I was doing the drum rolls, I wish I could.

Things seem to be going fortunately well for you. I'm not terribly sure what else I ought to say, but I do have a few Things I might share with you, if you would care to see them.

Of course I'd love to see them. Share away!
I need an early night, but when I'm next able, I'll read it all.

Welcome back, and I'm happy you had a good Lent! Happy Easter, and I hope to hear some new music from you very soon now.

I imagine my next submission would be that Kingdom Hearts cover, until further notice. I'm still working on it, and I hope to get it done soon.