Inspired like EVER

Posted on: February 3, 2011

Today, well, nothing happened except that I came home quite late than the usual and expected. Well, in the morning I don’t have classes and so I just surfed the net made some commissions. Yes, some freakin’ cool commissions on Gaia Online. But before that, let me tell you what happened in my subjects for today.

For my first subject, which is Logic, our professor was hell like crazy. 0_0 He ‘played’ with us. It was sort of like a recitation quiz and it was recorded and brutal. 0_0 He first discussed us our new lessons and after that, we will have a recitation quiz. And believe me, you will want to go to mental hospital afterwards. It was no ordinary recitation nor quiz.

Every correct answer you will get 5 points and every time you were correct, you will get promoted and will be seated on front. Those were wrong will have to be demoted from their current seats and will have to go at the back. Only 8 PAPERS shall be checked, meaning, you have to run all the way to your professor and give him your paper.

If you’ve got wrong, you get ZERO points and every zero point is equal to minus 5 in the recitation points. And so the game began… I DIDN’T EVEN ONCE TRIED TO PASS MY PAPER BECAUSE I DIDN’T UNDERSTAND ANYTHING THAT HE HAD TACKLED. Yes, that is true and so, I was just relaxing my mind, heart, and soul and silently watching my classmates do the recitation quiz.

Okay, next was Interior Design Seminar and Workshop. And we watched… the making of Miss Saigon (1988).

It was really interesting to watch the making of a stage play. The documentary of Miss Saigon started with the auditions. We later found out that the staff of the play actually went to different nations to search for the cast. They went to London, Hawaii, and Philippines. I have seen a lot of Asians (Filipinos, particularly) auditioned and awesomely, one Filipino and two Filipinos I know got in. And I bet you know LEA SALONGA. She was chosen to be in the role of KIM and her childhood friend Monique Wilson as Mimi.

It was really awesome, seeing the young 18-year-old Lea Salonga, so small, cute, chubby, but has a big, big, big, big, BIG voice to boot. She effortlessly sang and amazed the staff. One staff exclaimed after Lea sing, “That’s it!”

Lea Salonga got in and I was like “OH MY GOD!”

And so, the rehearsals were shown and my oh my, it wasn’t an easy task.

The cast was of different nationalities: American, French, Asian, Black. Yet, they were all synchronized, disciplined, and awesome. Did I say they were awesome? XDD

I was actually proud about the fact the fellow Filipinos were so talented and got in in the Miss Saigon.

Seeing the making of the play inspired me even more to do better and hope and believe in myself. ❤


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Anarchy Sora


Hi! Welcome to my personal blog. it cointains my everyday life and anything that goes to my liking. =) Feel free to read around and leave a comment!


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