I know I should not have slept for such a long period
of time but I just couldn’t resist the guilty temptation
of watching television and then swiftly getting myself
into dreamland with the consent of my sub-conscious mind.
And because of that, I sit at my desk at 4am
typing a blog entry when I’m supposed to be
in dreamland right this moment.
Then again, it’s quiet.
And I like it that way.
PS: The silence lurking through the entire living room with my playlist playing just calms the entities of the plasmic and ridiculously rigid thoughts.
I have been so busy that I practically
sleep at 2 am every single day (thank
goodness my insomnia no longer exists).
Then I would wake up at 7am
and survive the whole, with me
falling asleep at certain time.
Goodness gracious it’s so tiring
every single day.
Bur I guess I have to survive through. :)
I’m so so so excited for tomorrow’s event!
I didn’t know I had a dress (I think it’s a dress?) that suits
the occasion so so well! I can be a cool witch! (Haha, HP FTW!).
I cannot bear to wear my Hogwarts uniform but the substitute that
I got from my wardrobe is just amazing (flattering myself).
Even so, I’m kinda scared of the exhibits that they would be displaying at the museum
cause I’m faint-hearted; I SHALL TEST MY FEARLESSNESS TOMORROW. Haha! :P
Besides, if you don’t do evil, nothing would screw your mind. (consoling self) >=)
In any case, photos should be uploaded on Facebook as usual.
Haha, this is crazy!
So I was reading an article and saw an article regarding the above topic.
Honestly speaking, I do have stage frights.
I have been performing on stage for about four years now and my
stage fright wasn’t that bad when I was in High School.
But now, it seemed to have shot sky high and I get annoyingly nervous
every single time.
It’s just hard to control it; I’m not even sure why I have such a psychological barrier.
It ruins everything and I start to be a nutcase and hit the wrong notes.
The thing is that, when it’s my turn to play my instrument, I don’t feel nervous at all
because I’m technically not facing any audience (I meant looking at them).
The problem comes when I have to wait for my turn and I have to stare at something.
And when I look at the audience, I get scared and then I become all shaky.
When my turn comes again, I panic, because I have lost my calmness.
I’m not even sure why but I get really nerve-wrecked when I face a bunch of people
that I’m not familiar with.
I really wish that this would go away ‘cuz I know it’s visibly obvious when I get nervous.
And I don’t want that to happen but I just can’t control it.