I wake up.
This room is peaceful as usual.
Why am I still thinking about Pitch Perfect?
The melody, the harmony,
and Titanium is stuck in my hazy morning head.
Maybe it is because I haven't got up from bed
and do something physical like
walk to the kitchen and make coffee,
or brush my teeth.
This is the second week of
bumming in Amika's house.
She and her fiance Greg are
so easy going and funny
that I will give them the title of Best Couple.
During the week,
my days are conveniently divided into two.
The first half -- before they
come home from work at 4.15pm.
I wake up just before noon,
have my one hour breakfast,
one hour shower and
one hour internet.
Then if I am feeling productive
I do what I am supposed to do,
like sending some resumes
to get a job that I don't really want.
The second half is a lot more fun,
when they arrive home,
we would talk, play cribb, talk, and play cribb.
'Cribb' is a fun card game that
can be played by two or three person.
Eventhough I think '500' is more fun.
My very peaceful bumming lifestyle hence
made my weekend seemed extremely active.
We drove to Sunshine Coast,
done a bit of sightseeing,
and we played 500 and
watched rugby with Amika's sisters family.
Why didn't we play 500 at home?
Because 500 requires four person.
On Sunday Amika's brother came over
for breakfast and 500.
Yes because 500 is such a fun game to play,
I could easily play 500 for 4 hours
then talk about it for another 4 hours.
In the afternoon we went out to the park
and played cricket, volleyball,
badminton, touch football,
backward and forward.
Yes all those in one afternoon.
Too active or what?
That was my first cricket experience,
I feel so Australian now I know something about
Australian football, rugby and cricket.
Each and everyone of them cracked a joke
everytime they spoke and we laughed so much
that my jaw was tingling at the end of the day.
Then at night we watched Pitch Perfect.
I guess it is the whole weekend
that is stuck in my head,
not just Titanium.
I am happy, this is my life.
It is beautiful.
And I think I've just met the
Best Family to hangout with.