People who don't live near my country, I think they don't know but you may have heard somewhere, that saturday was the Dutch Queensday. On this traditional event everyone parties in the main cities (like Amsterdam, where I live) and people can sell their old stuff all over the city. So in the citycenter there were no trams and cars, just people with beer, beer and some more beer. I myself did not even sip one drop of it though, I was selling some old stuff to raise fund for the new church building. We currently rent space from a local dancing school on sunday mornings, and we plan not to stay there for a long time. On top of that, we have to leave the building after 2006 because it's being demolished. At that time, we'll have to either rent a new space or have enough money to lend even more money to buy our own building. Currently, we're forced to do the first.
Yesterday was just another fun sunday. Spent a lot of quality time with my girlfriend, which was nice. And now I'm going to my first job interview ever. I'm not really stressed out, but I don't have any idea what I should talk about. Hopefully they will understand [and give me the job!!], but I will see this as an experience more than a real opportunity.
Pray for me, GDNet.