August 17th, 2008

Dr Who smug

My Day With God

Yesterday was the Perth Women's Convention. It was good. The food was great! It was kinda exhausting though, all the sitting, standing, singing, chatting &c. Afterwards I went home for maybe 30mins, before I had to go out again to have dinner with Mum - who'd come down from Carnarvon for the convention, and Laura - who'd been dragged along by Mum. Dinner was really nice. It was at my favourite restaurant - Bin 305. I had the fish and sweet potato & eggplant lasagna. It doesn't sound so good, but it actually tasted terrific! It was such a good lasagna. And dare I say it... even better than meat lasagna! I must try and make this for myself. What a good vegetarian meal it'd make for my vegetarian friends!

After dinner, Mum, Laura and I took a bit of a walk through the city then I went to get on the train. While I was waiting on the platform, nicwhite86 sent me a message asking where I was. I told him I didn't want to go because I was exhausted, but I ended up being pressure into going because many people had piked. In coming out of the station, I swipped my smartrider and was charged $1.29!! For sitting on the platform!!! Transperth needs to change the rules because that is wrong!

So I went into Northbridge with Nic and that was surprisingly better than I'd expected. We mostly chatted and I made it an aim to talk to someone I didn't know, so at some point I met a guy named Damien and we chatted to him. I then caught the 10:45 train home and went to bed. I also talked to some "maggot" guy on the train about religion. But it wasn't a very good conversation because he was drunk and didn't let me answer any of his questions. So upon alighting the train, he declared that he'd won. *lolsigh* He'd never even read the Bible, just made assumptions about it that were completely incorrect, so I encouraged him to read a gospel and prayed for him once I was home. It would be nice if you Christian readers would also say a prayer for the drunken train man. :) And also for Damien, who hadn't read a Gospel before either.