Ah, the power of music. I’m not gonna lie that my mood changes drastically depending on each song i hear on iTunes, ahmy i have to stop being lazy by clicking on my recently-added playlist and listening to the same songs over+over. I absolutely love my sister for playing songs from composer Joe Hisaishi on the piano, for being the first to print out chords for Romantic Flight, Test Drive. Because John Powell’s music is amaazing. And it’s funny how a different song reminds me of the darnest things, the person who recommended it and it’s a total blast from the past. (Okay not really, but you know what i’m getting at).
Am current wasting my time here, when i should be using these precious hours to get 24 chapters of Luke drummed into my head by Sunday afternoon. Remind me why i took BK again? A huge problem i’m having with myself: having zero motivation to do anything. I use the “trials-are-over” excuse which is total bull. It’s also got me thinking about year 2012 and if i’m not gonna go to college in January, what am i gonna do with half of the year? It’s already 2 days since school and i’m getting restless. If you see a red/swollen-eyed person for the week after SPM, that’ll be moi. Clingy like that? “mom, just ship me outta this country, i probably need a change of atmosphere anyway.” Continually hoping for a miracle that my mom will let me out to spend time with my 6 class-buds. (because they are awesome, so blessed to have them really) Time for some John Powell!
Reasons to be bummed: 1) when you’re easily influenced by people’s opinions & your original decision just doesn’t seem to matter to you anymore 2) when you thought you were close to a person but the feeling ain’t mutual 3) when you fail at fixing a habit of judging people too easily 4) when you overestimated your memory power and failed miserably at your moral paper
But as you age, you lose other, even more important things, like friends-hopefully only bad friends, who maybe weren’t as good for you as you once thought. With luck, you’ll be able to hang on to your true friends, the ones who were always there for you….even when you thought they weren’t.
Because friends like that are more precious then all the tiaras in the world.” —Meg Cabot (Forever Princess)