My October has arrived, which means there will be 3 months ahead before the new year celebration! :D Yippiee!
And as a nice organized edgy humanbeing, I want to write down 10 things I'll do to fulfill these happy 3 months! :) Which I call:
Twinkle Twinkle Triwulan
(hey! You can sing it in the same rhythym with 'Twinkle-Twinkle Little Star'!)
1. To pass my grade 8 examination! Dear ABRSM examiner, please be good and I'll do the exam nicely. Thank you. Doing my best in practicing and studying! :)
2. To avoid parabens in my products. Especially things I buy myself. It's different if I got a product as gift or whatevs that contains parabens--although it have to be noted. Detoxifying myself! :)
3. To eat more and more plenty of fruits and vegetables plus soy milk. I love soy milk! The taste's more fresh and...well, more vegetarian-wannabe. :)
4. To let my dog-phobia go. AWAY! TOTALLY! Because I actually love dogs. I don't want to be phobia of those lovely dogs again. But my clausmophobia, I don't know, it's too natural and I've just realized it this year. I think that's why I used to cry and got panic in a shop that is 'preparing to close' when I was a kid.
5. To save more money in my bank account. Hehe. :)
6. To be a better pianist/violist. Mentally. Technically. Totally. :) Pray for me.
7. To love life. No more comment. I have to continue this optimistic feeling of mine! :) Try it, friends, it's all good for your health.
8. To write with my style and not being disturbed by 'money-oriented' feeling. Yeah. I want to be an author, not a money maker machine. I write for fun and to share!
9. To learn French by myself and get the real benefits of those donated French lesson books my cousin and an acquintance gave me. :) Next year, I'll start the CCF class again, anyway!
10. To doodle more! And share happiness and my campaign through cute illustrations. Making a better world in a sweet happy way. :3
By the way, yesterday I took my Chinese Painting lesson with Lao Shi, and she was turning on her CD player. So a good tranquilling music were filling the atmosphere. I found that this Chinese-traditional-song-like music I was listening got some weird language so I asked Lao Shi:
Me : Lao Shi, is this in Chinese, the music?
Lao Shi: No, it's Tibetan! It's Tibetan's mantra!
WOW. For the first time of my life, I heard the Tibet language in the musical mantra form! What a thrilling new knowledge. Because I felt thrilled when the song were playing! And I did it while I was colouring lotus leaves... LOL. I flow to the cloud for a while! *it really felt like this, trust me
How's your October's first day, friends? :) Hope you enjoy it.