First and probably last time being in drumline, carrying a 30-lb bass drum and tip-toeing quick movements across the entire field for a ten-minute drill countless times.
Horrified by what I saw O__O
Good money!!! Easy money!!! hohoho
But I didn't learn much skills
First time winning something after participating in so many singing competitions. Confidence was finally boosted and re-established after much failure and disappointment.
For the first time!
First time utilizing a studio room with a band!
First time being contracted with an agency and being the only minor permitted into the club! But I had to leave after my shift at 10:00pm because too much alcohol was present in the latter night.
Second time emceeing, first time emceeing in front of hundreds of people, if not thousands! Went through so much training and nervousness XD My script was longer than my senior research paper, but thank God my brain was spacious enough to memorize them!:)
After permit expired = 4 written tests and 2 driving tests
Finally had my big, fat paycheck! It was so exhausting during senior year, but I was glad that I got along very well with my co-workers and customers:)
I've learned so much that it has changed the way I perceive music.
The police officer insisted that I made a U-turn at a red light though I had no doubt that when I turned the light was yellow.
TRIPLE THAT MONEY! HAHAHA
Went to traffic court for 3 times and I refused to accept fine or traffic school because I believed that I did not violate the law. On the trial day, the police officer did not show up, so I automatically won the case. The ticket I got originally did not affect my driving record in any negative way!:)
then I started to wonder...when will I get 1st? Or I wasn't made for singing hehe
Looking back at those four years, I'm grateful that I've grown so much and met so many wonderful people. Can't wait to see what will happen later in life :)