Is it sad that spring semester classes start tomorrow and I still don't know my schedule? Haha. Anyway, not much went on today. We just drove back to school and once again I could tell how far away we were from our final destination from how I started to lose my voice. Somewhere around the two hour mark of straight singing my voice cracks terribly and that's usually where I start to lose it.
Thankfully, it makes the trip that much shorter. Bright side, I'm getting practice done on my singing. I'm not saying that I'm good, but I'm not saying I'm terrible either. Also, I learned that it's really hard to sing lower notes. Yes, my voice is kind of deep, not like super deep, but slight deeper than a girl's voice is normally registered (up until I get worked up or start going on a rant, then my voice gets high and squeaky.
I actually learned something about deeper voices on females in corolation with guys from the book The Male Brain. It's a good read and very informative. I enjoyed it, anyway. But, yeah, I was singing to the song Hanging By A Moment by Lifehouse and I prefer the deeper parts of the song (best thing about being four of us is that we can harmonize/sing different parts of the song that are our favorites and it still sounds good. I think so anyway) and it was actually pretty difficult to do.
Anyway, here's the big news. There's only (about) 3 months left of the school year. February, March, April, and part of May (before exams). And those 3 months are going to fly by. I never knew that time moved so quickly, it seems just like yesterday that I was in second grade with my friends, looking at the chart that listed all of the years that students graduated in and thinking 2010 would never get there. Then freshman year I thought 2014 would never get here. Jokes' on me.
So what do I have planned? Well, I'm blogging more, hope to get some more things self-published, and I'm hopefully working with an online magazine called Twin Life so that way I'll have a lot of different things to use as a writing sample if I ever need to when it comes to applying for jobs.
Plus, all the extra writing will help me improve, there's always room for improvement.
Loves anything red. Rock music, playing the guitar, drawing, writing, tattoos, and sports are some of my interests and hobbies. I like to laugh, I like to think I'm funny. I talk a lot...just a warning.