Thursday, 14 July 2016

An Ordinary Day #1


I've been away for awhile but I'm back. Hooray!

But it's not like I was doing anything while I was gone. My 3rd semester started. I had the usual semester workload. My 3rd semester ended. Other than that, everything was pretty normal. Nothing significant or life-changing had happened. I guess the only reason why I didn't update as much was because I did what I said I wouldn't do in my first post. I worried unnecessarily that everything should be perfect. I had several drafts that I kept but never posted because I felt like what I wrote wasn't the perfect way to express it. Even now I'm still worrying over this post. But right now, it's about my grammar and I should be worried over that so I'll continue to worry over it. (lols)

I wanted to blog a lot more than this, really, but I have certain fears that I can't let go off. So this is my attempt in trying to loosen my grip over them. I don't really have anything exciting to blog about so I'll just type about my day today. Today, I watched a bunch of Youtube videos and a variety show. I'm really into the korean variety shows and pop music these days, I wonder if this is a temporary phase or something that I'll remain interested in for a long time. I never imagine that I would be so into the korean scene, but I am. I also met up with an old friend, MX, from high school. We talked about the most random things, from serious topics to funny stories and I like that I can do that with this friend of mine. We had a delicious dinner and went for dessert, or she did because dessert includes yogurt and I'm not a fan of yogurt.

I've been feeling inspired by a number of things lately and I have several little buds of ideas forming in my head but as per usual, I'm concerned about the perfect way to execute it. I never thought I was a perfectionist, but here I am. I hope the day will come when I can execute them.

"The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, nor a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will."
   - Vince Lombardi