And that honestly makes me so sad. It hurts and I feel sick kind of sad. I’m trying to shake it and think “it’s just a show” or “it’ll work out” but… I feel stupid being so down about it. I can’t explain it.
Encore was my inspiration to a professional music career and I consider it a huge part of my musicianship. It’s like trying to go back home and being denied. “Sorry, we’re only letting 4 in. But you’re first on the waiting list!”
I don’t want to be on the waiting list. I want to be welcomed home.
I’d like to tell my parents about my plans for the future and not feel any shame. I don’t think pursuing any of my interests will ever make them proud.
1) That’s probably more asian child syndrome than middle child syndrome.
2 and the supportive part) You’re
going to do doing great things. They’re probably already more proud of you than you’ll ever know. But they’re your parents, so obviously letting you in on their secrets is a no go.
“crush” is so aptly named.
Crush as in that feeling you get when you make her laugh and smile, when you’re so nervous you can’t even talk, when seeing her is the best part of your week.
Crush as in that feeling you get when she says she just wants to be friends.
the thing is… you were the key.
you might not know it, but you changed my life in a really good way. and even if things don’t work out with us or even continue another day, you will still have been that key. and I wouldn’t ever want to take that back.
- Boss: I guess I have to feel something.
- Schmidt: Okay, see I’m not like that. I don’t even understand that concept. My ex girlfriend, the model, we’d have sex and it’s just like, I was happy. You know? We were connected, I wasn’t thinking about anything, what is that?—
- Boss: That is love, you idiot.