Day 05: Your Favorite Female Third Wheel Character Yuki from Hana Yori Dango. I have a problem with some third wheel characters who do not seem to know their place, or well they are written to do so, and it … Continue reading
Day 06: Favorite super hero and why
Hate to break it to you, but I don’t pay attention to super heroes. I guess the child in me is gone. In all seriousness, super heroes were never interesting to me as a child. So I don’t have a favorite super hero.
I’ve said in various posts how I feel about EXO, particularly on K, and how I was a bit disappointed with their mini last year. But I think they may just redeemed themselves because…Baby Don’t Cry and My Lady are … Continue reading
Well due to my inactivity, I was surprised to see my blog awarded though I will gladly receive it. I won’t make a vow to post more often because of this since it’s summer and this’ll probably be the frenzy period of my blogging. But anyway a special thanks to rantsofapigrabbit (bluetsukky) blog for passing the award to me.
Last weekend I attended the graduation of 2013 class of my high school, just as I did last year, but it was definitely a different experience. Last year I was a naive sophomore, I did some pretty stupid things for some irrelevant people but that’s all part of this grand high school experience. But this year, I attended as a much more mature junior and I couldn’t help but think, “That’ll be me next year.”
I’m not exactly jumping for joy nor am I despising the day, it’s a bit sad in actuality for me. I knew my senior year would eventually approach, I mean that’s how progression of grade levels go, but it’s odd for me to tell people I’ll be a senior in the fall.
I’m sure I’ll pick up some vital skills in the next year before officially leaving for college but I want to enjoy my last year of high school. I remember my freshman and sophomore days when I wished for my last days to roam the halls to quickly approach however that’s not the type of mentality I would like to adapt anymore. Hate to be cliche but, life’s too short to not fully enjoy the present.
I’ll walk into the halls in August with fears but great aspirations and determination to finish the year strong, I would hate for all the hard work I put in the be in vain.
I’ll look around at the people that stood by me during those awkward, confusing, and jubilant times of high school and hope I’ll still have some sort of connection with them as I take the journey to the next part of my life.
Speaking of that journey, the talk of college does in fact scare me. I looked at the essay questions, almost died. I should be in process of narrowing down my college list, it’s not too long but I’m in one of the situations in which if I got accepted into all of them I wouldn’t know which college to attend. But college worries are for another post.
I remember the 14/15 year old who started this blog, giving her random opinions on the outside world and now I see this 17 year old planning to conquer the world ready to take on more serious posts.
I have quite the year ahead of me.
Yes I must welcome myself first, for I haven’t been active on WP for quite sometime and despite how awkward it feels typing this, it feels good to be writing a blog post again. Schools out for the summer, thankfully, and though I have some important life changing decisions to make, the time to blog has returned. I’ve been pretty productive during my hiatus, finished my junior year with high marks, retook the SAT, gone through some shocking but beneficial changes, deleted toxic people out of my life, and I’ve started preparing for my final year as a teenager. I feel this year is going to bring some sentimental posts from me but we’ll take those as they come.
As for some sort of blogging schedule, I’ll definitely be blogging at least once a week about some matter. I’m still extremely behind all the comebacks that occurred pretty much since March and newly aired dramas but I’m doing quite a bit of marathoning to handle that business.
You won’t see any more writing from me, I entered a short story contest and have finally started working on a novel (85 pages in the making so far, woot woot) so I’d like all my creative juices to be spent on that. Not to mention I have to come up with killer college essays.
But a happy welcome back to myself once again and this blog and let the posting adventures commence once again.
Yes I was on a long hiatus, which I never mentioned, but school is finally winding down and more time will be available for me to do some blogging. This blog is quite empty but it’ll be up and running again soon. My returning post is for a later date but this is just spur of the moment post.
In their videos that is. Sungjong is too adorable.
I’m glad to hear Infinite made a comeback because I was missing my princes. I’ve heard snippets of their album and I can’t say I’m impressed yet but I’m hoping with a full listen I shall be.
Welcome To Our Dream
Hmmm. Well I get a fairy tale vibe from the intro, hence probably why the title is named appropriately.
Man In Love
And I get to the title track. I can’t say I love it, but I do like it. It’s just a different sound than what I’m used to, but that’s fine because it’s great for groups to try to experiment with different sounds.
As Good As It Gets
Right of the bat I got a OST vibe from the track, which isn’t bad at all. I typically end up loving OST songs. It gives a warm and upbeat feeling, I definitely like that about the song.
Still I Miss You
My Sungjong sounded so good in this track, I usually can never hear his voice. But a pretty average track here.
I know I always say how much I love slow ballad-like songs but the tempo to this song is a little too slow for me.
I loved when Sunggyu sung this song on his album and honestly I went into the rendition with all of Infinite thinking it can’t be that great. But I love it just as much. Woohyun sounds especially good in this song. It fits him quite well. I would actually love to hear Sunggyu and Woohyun sing 60 Seconds as a duet.
Quite the blah track in my opinion.
I think their album was appropriately named, A New Challenge, because there were some new sounds in the album that perhaps die hard fans aren’t quite used to. But all in all I do think it was a good album, not a great album. By fair my favorite track was the rendition of 60 Seconds. But I must say that Sunggyu sounded amazing in all the tracks.