And it isn't even going to include hearing Mass. I'll catch the 0800 bus and once downtown make a stop at the Post Office, where I need to sign for a parcel from Poland (two CDs, one Jerycho's 966 from last year, made in collaboration with Marcel Pérès, that I have desired, ha, since it was produced-- a pathetic story chiefly revolving around my execrable poverty at Christmas last). The mail carrier couldn't knock loud enough for any of the three of us in the house to hear him, so the official account goes; I know he's brought other packages to the door so I have no concrete reason to disbelieve the story. Then, having made my way back to Sheldon Plaza I have to remember to collect rent at the bank before doing the day's shopping.
Complicating the day is that Arvo Pärt's Passio Domini Nostri Iesu Christi secundum Ioannem is being livestreamed from a festival in Helsinki at 1700 GMT, which I believe is 1000 here. Maybe I want to put the trip to the Post Office off until Monday? Have looked at two different time converters and both of them say 1000. On the other hand, the recording of the concert is available at YLE until the end of the year.
Pft. I can listen to the Passio any time and I really want that CD.