I always sing.
(As you probably guessed.)
I mean, musically speaking, church music is not always the best quality, but... somehow... they always manage to speak right to the soul. And that's pretty great. :3
I went to the church today (which was a miracle on its own, I haven't left home in days and I had various tasks and such, but I managed to ask family to let me go for an hour) and it was a bit ... weird.
Because it was the night-time mass that I have never gone to earlier in my life, and apparently, it lacks singing. I often notice how significant singing is to me when it comes to religion and it was yet again quite shocking.
But the thought crossed my mind during that when I'll live in the capital (from September), I might as well go to English-speaking church thingies and learn how you guys say religious stuff in English.
I'm really glad we could talk a bit more on a personal level in the past two days. I am going abroad now, so I might miss your party as well as the day of your departure, so let me remind you again that I find you an invaluable, precious friend and I am grateful for your mere presence.
I'm also particularly happy we could talk about Matt and chuckle a lot. I know I did. Thank you for being there for me when I needed to open my heart and rant a little. I trust youl And thrust too.
Take care. Nesface loves you deeply. <3 Be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might.
I don't know if I have; I'm not at home. And ohhhh, congratulations! Even if you hate awards, this is really cool (and I figure it'll look great on your uniform? XD) and congratscongrats, have an admiring hug. <3
Did you have to thank your family and your fellow soldiers? :'D