Earlier today, my Body-Mapping class decided to step away from the lectures and do some “constructive resting”. It’s like meditative poses to help improve posture through various positions of rest. For instance, I was used to demonstrate a position in which I was asked to lie on my stomach, with a small, partially deflated ball… Continue reading Oboe Life: Take 31 – Do I love music more or oboe?
From Job Finding, to Job Application, to Job Interview, to Hiring…then to quitting.
I became the girl who sat alone at recess and read books (even when I wasn’t bullied at other schools, I still read books during recess). It was tormenting because I didn’t understand why my culture became a weird thing, so I became ashamed of it for a small while.
“Oh my god! You finished all of it?? Are you sure you don’t want to be a teacher?”
The last two months have been so busy that I didn’t have the energy or mentality to reflect on some of the things that I was doing at school. With some little free time I have now, I can go over how my last few months at BCCM/CSULB went for me and the things I’ve gotten to do.
We live in a world where image seems more valued than truth. Struggle seems more like failure and vulnerability more like weakness
Have you ever listened to music and just happen to see something like this: Well, for me this particular opening of Mozart In The Jungle is what I basically see whenever I hear music, specifically individual instruments. I have Chromesthesia Chromesthesia is a form of Synesthesia where I hear sounds and see colors simultaneously. Personally… Continue reading Oboe Life: Take 25 – I see colors (Chromesthesia)