Without further explanation:
She UNDERSTANDS MY LOVE WITH THESE TWO MEN and she’s basically shipping me with them!
And that makes me GRETA CUMBERSTON
It’s both HILARIOUS and so SWEET! #youmademyday
thank you, deaworldofthoughts.
1. 1 - 1.5 cm diameter curling iron
2. > 3.5 cm diameter curling iron
3. Taylor Swift’s “Wonderstruck” perfume
4. Taylor Swift’s “Fearless” Platinum Edition CD
5. Angry Bird T-Shirt
6. Brown “Eat, Sleep, Tweet” T-Shirt From Coconut Island (I’m a Size L btw — M is just too tight)
7. Pink with Stars Electric Guitar found in a music store across Rossi Studio
8. Accoustic Guitar of my choice
9. Cable, Jack, Sound Amplifier and mostly mini-speaker for the guitars
10. Uneven skirt (front short, back long) I saw at Westfield and Paddy’s Market
11. Black Blackberry Dakota (yeah, I do love the model! Wants it!)
12. All Gossip Girl: The Carlyles Series by Cecily von Ziegesar that comes after “You Just Can’t Get Enough”
13. All The It Girl Series by Cecily von Ziegesar that comes after “Devious”
14. All Stephenie Meyer’s collection (including movie companions) in Indonesian
15. Apple Store/iBox gift card (wanna buy more cases for my iTouch)
16. Excellent Earphone/Headphone (mine always broke!)
17. Any headpieces from Evita Peroni (or anything, really)
18. Paris Hilton Handbag (Laugh!!)
19. More feathery accesories from Sydney’s DIVA.
20. An excellent, exhilarating, mind-blowing, wonderful and I-would-love-it SURPRISE!!! :))
There… Not hard, right?
Describe how concerts make you feel.
What concerts? The ones I watch? Or the ones I’m in?
Honestly speaking, I haven’t been into many concerts in my life. I’ve been to a harp concert, a choir concert, a Vanessa-Mae concert, a flamenco concert (I think) and quite a few recitals and mini-concerts in campus. I love the Vanessa-Mae concert, it was cool, and I love her transparent violin. But, I was still small. So, um… yeah. Not a huge thing for me.
But, okay, the concert I’m in. Now that’s something worth telling. Being in a concert is not exactly something really fancy and glamorous. On stage, yes, I feel glamorous. But, off stage, in the backstage, before the concert, WHEW! Hectic much! Unless you’re like a mega diva, that you only have to sit tight, and enjoy people putting nail polishes and make-up on you. I’m not up to that stage yet. I still need to put on my own make-up, do my own hair, put my own costume, so, basically, it’s really a busy moment.
Once I’m onstage though, it seems as if it’s forgotten. All those hecticness and mess and all that, are gone. All that was left was me (and my friends of course), with microphones in our hands, and the spotlight. And the rush. I don’t know how people should feel, but I felt so good up there onstage. Especially when the audience gave such support and liked our performance. It’s like, I’m feeding off their good energy, and I felt soooo great! It’s just, the rush, the adrenaline, the excitement, seeing people smile and clap for me, for all of us onstage, it’s just too good to be true. Something about it makes me never want to stop doing it, like ever. If I had to choose one thing to do for the rest of my life, this is what I will choose! J I love concerts (when I’m the one being in it, or throwing it, or performing in it)! J
Hugs and kisses,