My dearest computer crashed about 1 week ago and I’ve only just gotten my hands on it again, equipped with two smashing new hard drives. But now that I’m back, you’ll probably hear an earful (or rather, see an eyeful) from me.
So let’s begin the pointless babble. Being forced on a computer strike for a week made me realise how much my life revolves around Rocketboxx. Revolving at an unhealthy level. While it is unhealthy, I still fail to see it as a bad thing…still. I suppose I’m a person that really likes to keep busy. That’s probably why the last week was so damn agonising for me, all I did was sit around watch movies, play wii/ps3 and clean. For the majority of the time, Rocketboxx is my no.1 priority. And for the same majority of the time, it’s not supposed to be. There are some days where I feel like kicking it to the curb because I’m just done with it, I don’t want to do it anymore and there are other days where I’m mighty pumped and I could work at rocket speed (MUAHAHA, PUN). But I wonder, if one day U-KISS were to disband (knock on that wood, in fact just fucking smash it to pieces) where would I go? What would I do? Would I still be talking with the people I’ve made good friends with now? When you’ve been at it for so long, how do you suddenly let go of it all? And that’s when I think perhaps I should slowly learn to release my grasp, only so that in the end I won’t be as emotionally shaken. Because we all know that nothing lasts forever. Not trying to pessimistic but more like…realistic. But come whatever, I will always be living in the moment.
With the thought of the day done, here we go with the pointless snapshots.
What do you think this blue block is? It’s the sky of Sydney! That’s how brilliant the weather’s been lately. It’s just so clear, so warm, so spring. I love it.
Flowers. In the yard. Pretty colour.