Curtis Patriucci here. I hope this finds everyone well and reasonably happy. As for me, I'm looking forward to Easter break from school, which is only a few weeks away; we get a week off.
I'm glad; school has been nothing but a big waste of my time. Oh, I do the work and stuff (and have managed to keep my grades up as well), but I'd rather be sleeping in or at least learning some new songs on my guitar or jammin' with my band, "The Trolls".
Or I'd rather spend the day at Disneyland, which is just a few miles from where I live. (Yes, I live in Buena Park, California, in case you're wondering: have lived here just about all my life.) It's home to me, and it's cool having an amusement park, a major one, not far from my house!
I am still playing guitar every Sunday on the worship team every Sunday (and sometimes on Wednesdays) at church. Church is very satisfying to me: we have a greaet pastoral staff, and the worship music/praise is very anointed. God is definitely in the house when we worship Him! :)
I'm going to be in the Easter Passion Play at my church. This is my first time particupating. I am to play Jesus. It is a very demanding role, but one I think I can handle well. I have been practicing my lines and I have them just about memorized. I just hope that the message we are trying to convey reaches some people's hearts.
My brother, Ian, had a baseball tournament last Friday and Saturday; his team lost in the quarter finals. He was not happy; if you ask me, I think he handled the defeat very badly. He threw his bat and glove and started swearing and kicking everything. It was very embarrassing watching Ian going off the deep end like that. Talk about poor sportsmanshp! If I acted like that, I'd be grounded from playing sports for the rest of my life!!
Yet because of my blind eyes, I don't play sports; I'm more into my music or my games anyway.
Spring has finally come full circle here: after a very rainy and wet winter, the blooms are finally starting to appear on the trees, and the temps are nosing upwards, with highs in the sixties and seventies, and the sun has been shining, too. Very nice to see. I think spring is my favorite time of year!
Well, I hate to run, but it's about time to change classes, so I'd best go before I'm late for Spanish 10. I will write in here again soon; until then, this is Crusher saying so long; God bless!
~Crusher (Curtis) Patriucci. :)