PCD. PMD. Reality.
Depression normally takes place when we don’t get what we want. When we realized that what we want needs to bite off more than one could chew to happen. PCD or Post Concert Depression is what you get after going to a concert of any of the singers/bands that you really look up to. Its the feeling of loneliness because you don’t want to let go, yet, of the fun, excitement and happiness...
For a very light cased fan girl like me, who only cares about the goodness of music and not just because it has been played by someone famous out there, What I had last Sunday night till the early morning of Monday, is way way too mush, that I myself can’t even grasp upto now. I am now on Post-Concert Depression. To begin it with, my excitement all started last November 2010. When I read...
Check out my Valentine video letter I made for my Mom. :) ♥
I never thought that I could actually cry for more than 12 hours. I guess you could already imagine how my eyes look now. Ugh! Plus my pillows are all wet. But I’m feeling a bit better now. :) »> see? I could already blog about it and put a smiley face. :)
My last. Thank God. Haha. :P
Unlike any other super girly girl out there. I never really liked make-up and being dressed-up. It makes me feel like being a fake me and I think make-up makes me look like a gay. The long hours that I have to spend sitting just to have my make-up done, bores me to death and I don’t like it when people reacts, whenever they see with it, it makes me feel like that I just want to vanish. So in...
No matter how you feel today, get up, dress up and show up.– Paulo Coelho
02.05.11. Things didn’t turned out the way we planned it. (We weren’t able to watched SHOWTIME LIVE.) But I still consider this day a lucky day and a dream come true, because I wasn’t only able to see my number one idol and most favorite model/celebrity ever, Georgina Wilson, I was also able to finally meet two of my closest friends on Twitter. ♥ - timer mode. with...