I’ve been fascinated with this picture ever since Nina took it at the day of the concert. I’ve never seen the back of me before! It looks a little strange… I suppose I never imagined my back to look like that, but I don’t really think I actually imagined what my back could look like. I also feel self-conscious that a hunch back is forming. Blegh. ㅠㅠ?
I’ve actually been pretty stressed lately. I know when I’m stressed when I am not up to date with my dramas/series. I am totally behind on my dramas/series right now. I’m stressing over Rocketboxx, **** and the formal. Oh the fucking formal.
Being a chick is seriously such a hassle at times like these. I enjoy shopping, don’t get me wrong. I love owning a new pair of sparkly heels (which I bought today!) or that banging dress, but I really cannot deal with make-up. I pretty much traded my girly “let’s learn make up” stage for “let’s learn more about TVXQ” stage, and I don’t regret it. Considering that I grew up in an environment where make up isn’t actually heavily used on a day-to-day basis as well, I am probably not as ‘informed’ as other girls my age about make up and etc. I actually raised my eyebrows when my friends started to come to school with make up back in my later years of being a junior. I remember thinking something along the lines of “What happened to their face…”. But still, my closer group of social friends wore no make up. So there wasn’t any peer pressure at all to bend my knees to make up. In fact I find myself quite immune to major peer pressure issues such as drinking, skipping school amongst all the devilish deeds that students do. I know dolling yourself up makes you look more presentable/professional/for formal occasions etc. I get that (I’m also doing make up for the formal!). But I don’t really get it on a daily basis such as school. All I’m saying is, give me some lip balm and I’m ready to roll out the door for the day. Although I’ve tried on make up (done by myself and by others) and I honestly think I look stranger with make up on. My family also says that but maybe they are used to me without make up. I think it’s kind of scary how different you can look with a little something extra. I also have the thought that when you’re married, you’ll see the person you love with a bare face every day so who cares? Though…I enjoy watching make up tutorials and such. Perhaps I’m not girly enough to go “all the way” or…I just don’t give a shit (not as much as other girls do at least). Let’s go with that. Puahaha.
It just hit me now I won’t be in Australia for a little over a month soon. Must find a way to manage Rocket mojo for that period.
Come on, MacBook Air. *dances around a rock*