my level of maturity depends with whom i hang out with. haha betul.
anyway nothing much to blog on my side, just that holidays are superbly relaxing & that I seriously dread dread dread uni + responsibilities and whatnot. bleh shoot me, but reality is inevitable. Embrace it rather than fight against it. Strength i need lord. Sept = busy month! short&sweet musical's on 26th-29th sept every night (klpac. no dont come see me n the team perform haha. xP), plus its practices (i foresee myself commuting in and out of uni weekly), not forgetting xmas choir, pkv, annddd studies of course. Haha. Daunting? perhaps, perhaps not. we'll see.
here's a blast from the past; kiss from a rose by Seal. One of my all-time absolute favs from zaman dahulu. Brilliant song, this.
*'slow it down' is a line frm Coldplay's song "Us against the world." a line that is apt to this post.
spot our names thre under title 'background music'. gah. amidst all stress/pressure/workload aside, a positive way to see it is i'm improving myself & learning something new/training myself up for what's to come nxt whenever, wherever lah. so....hiyyah!
as i stare at my music certs, it made me reminisce my music lessons..and made me realized how much i miss playing classical music. it has been 6 1/2 yrs since i've done grd 8, and abt 4 yrs since i've actually practiced on a classical piece. those were d days...
lack of playing classical stiffens my fingers and slows them down when i tried playing them again haha..i sound old lik a gramma. but leaving classical gave more time to experiment other genres and made lotsa room 4 improvement.
but i wonder what would have happened if i continue classical aftr grd8? hmmm. a road that i did not choose, not tht i regret it but.....just....curious.
never have i been so worked up by a badminton game. But it's not just any game, it's the olympics with our man DLCW representing msia. It was a good game. He played brilliantly and never gave up. Such an inspiration to me that I just had to pen it here. I'm so inspired by his semangat & determination.
I felt so sad when the camera showed his disappointed face. It made me tear up. All the training and pain endured by him, just two points away from the medal...if we feel the pain seeing lcw so saddened, what more he himself! pain amplified 1000 times.
But we are very. very proud of you. :-) no apologies accepted because you did your BEST. and we know it. cheer up, fellow msian! <3 p="p">
if i see him in ou or anywhere i will give him a warm hug and some encouraging words. :')
As august comes and as I look back, I am thankful because:
-i hv a place to stay in campus even though i'm a PJ kid, whereas a few of my peeps who're frm JB etc didnt get.
-Campcam changed my perspectives on things. Really thankful for this.
- I have a great family and good friends I can count on.. -My hands are full from aug-dec. fooh a packed opera house you may say. I need more hands. Responsibilities, stress (?), guidance, commitment, stepping out, learning.... :B . But amidst all this I know i'm not alone coz I have my God who oversees these things, who's greater than all of these.
-i am easily contented. haha which is a good thing. Which means gimme a choc/anything anytime and if i like it i'll feel happyy ;p which is a greatt stress-reliever. woot
- i have an accountability partner which started in campcam. Jess my senior. duno la we can click i guess. great companion to talk to.