It’s been 1 week since SYF ended. Sometimes I wonder if it actually happened. It all happened in a flash, we performed in the morning, got the results in the late afternoon, and celebrated for a few days. Now, it’s back to reality and normal life. Time flies…
This journey to SYF has been kinda like a bumpy marathon run. There are many times in the middle you curse and want to just stop and give up, but at the end it would be worth it in the end. If you’re going to do something, might as well put in your all. You only get to live life once, so live it with no regrets. I was surprising not nervous before SYF, just the minor case of sweaty palms. Compared to Centerstage, my nerves were totally in control. Probably due to the 5 months of practise we had, I felt relaxed and comfortable. But right after we finished playing, the 1st thought immediately was “fuck it sure silver”. It didn’t even feel like a Gold performance. But it’s done, over, no point wasting time pondering over it. The only thing you can do is wait for the best. But guess what, GWH. Lol wtf? The whole guitar room exploded. I will probably remember that moment for a long time. That is the moment we earned after 5 months of hard work and effort. Goddamn worth it. This would be a great driving force for the A’s. If you are willing to put in that effort, karma will take care of itself and your dreams will turn to reality.
The next paragraph will be kinda off-topic, but I will to write it according to the context of this post. I’m currently ignoring my work (what an irony) and watching My Girlfriend is a Gumiho. It’s a bloody heartbreaker. It’s similar to Secret Garden, in the aspect of what people are willing to do for love. How lovely it would be if people in real life could achieve it as well. That’s what I love about Korean Dramas, you actually can derive some life lessons from it. SG and MGIAG is probably two of the more happier endings, as compared to dramas like IRIS. When you are willing to do crazy things against all odds to achieve what you desire, SOMEHOW it would work out in the end. The probability of success in real life is low, but as long as you have that determination, miracles would occur. This is probably one of the hardest test in your life, not the A’s, but more of a test of character. Ah shit, I’m seriously crapping around.
Anyway I added some pictures in this post, it was getting too dull. Probably one of the lousiest post I written in months, but oh well. As long as I’m satisfied, who cares? =D