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clarice99
06 September 2011 @ 12:59 am
It's difficult to give judgment based on that first day.

Everything's so new and everything was so fast. Even if I have my good ole' cheerleaders behind me every step of the way, it's still something new that I'd have no choice but to face alone. It's scary, isn't it? You've been so comfortable and so familiar. Back then what I only lacked was the drive but I can pretty much do most of the things with my eyes closed. But when I saw that file earlier that had everything I was supposed to do, I honestly wanted to run. It's not that I'm cowering. It's just that it would be difficult again to learn everything from scratch after working so hard to actually get to what I already know this far.

I was never the most adventurous person on earth. This is something therefore that is not in my turf. But then again, will I just allow myself to drown into oblivion if I stayed behind again? I don't think so. Better to get rid of this phase fast, try to learn even faster, and try to get my life back.
 
 
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clarice99
09 December 2010 @ 10:02 am
Which song by The Beatles is your favorite, and why?




For some reason, when I think The Beatles, I think about George Harrison. It just breaks my heart that he never really achieved his own potential because Lennon and McCartney were already larger than life. This is why out of all the wonderful songs of one of my favorite bands of all time, my favorite has got to be Something. Although much can be said about the vocal performance of Harrison, I think it's so well written that it makes up for it. It's such a perfect song for me and the way it was produced complimented the simplicity and laid back nature of who was nicknamed to be the Silent Beatle.

A close second would also have to be Here Comes the Sun. I remember going to London with my family when I was 10 and we arrived there so early and drove through London at around 6 AM from the airport. Immediately, my Dad and I started singing Here Comes the Sun in the airport car and it was so poignant for me that it's one of those memories I'll treasure for the rest of my life.
 
 
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