Throughout highschool I've keeped journal filled with everything I ever desiered to say, write or do. I never knew why I started a journal, until I stopped writting in it. I wrote in sloppy cursive hand writting so I could forget and never be able read what I was feeling or doing on that certain day. Actually I never even wrote the date. Journals for me were a way to express myself when I couldn't. I guess I stopped wrting in journals and started expressing my emotions after I felt less miserable in school.
"When it comes to the language of concerts, there is something universally understood: they make for an adrenaline-pumping but equally as exhausting time—the perfect combination of bittersweet." This article explains everything I want to say when someone ask me "Why do you go to concerts so much?" Concerts have been a huge part of my life and maybe It's because when I was nine years old the only good memory I could ever recall was going to a concert. Ever since then, up till this date, I've been to over 20 concerts and plan on going to more!
KPOP has been something that recently appeard into my life and it was thanks to a music video by the KPOP group Seventeen. It was the end of 2015 when I came upon this group and thats where my intrest in Korean music grew stronger. After a couple of more music videos and wiki searching different groups, I started to love this genre of music even more. It's been nearly two years now and I still cherish this group and many others in the KPOP world.
When I was 12 years, I watched "The Perk of Being a Wallflower" and honestly at that age I never had a clear understanding of my life though that movie seemed like the most understandable and relatable thing to me. No matter how many times I watch this movie I get gosebumps and all sorts of emotions and that is why its always been my favorite movie. A years ago I finally read the book and again it is my one and only favorite book out there. See I'm not a big fan of reading and I've never been so concentrated on finishing a book ever until "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" I even read it twice!
Yes! I am Mexican, 100% from Tehuitzingo. Puebla. My mother and father, my sister, my grandparents, my aunts and uncles and their children all born in Tehuitzingo. Then theres me La American (The American one.) Whatever the case is I am known as the one child in both my mom and dads side of the family that was born in Washington DC, or as they would say "Aya en Nueva York" I might of not been born en Tehuitzingo or anywhere in Mexico like the rest of my family but I know that thats where I am from, that is my nationality. I am 100% Mexican.
Music has always been my serenity or as they may say my "coping skill." When I was 14 I ended up in a really bad place for people who have done bad things. I remember being in a circule with a bunch of people who'd also done bad thing. And they asked us, "If you could hear one song right now, in this very moment, which song would it be?" I remember feeling like the 20 seconds they gave us to think about a song, after being in a room of pure silence, was going to be my eternial happiness and that all the bad things I've done to people and myself was going to go away once the doctor reached for his phone and played the one song I wanted. But that never happened, he decided to pick a song he liked it was Beethoven... I think. I remember walking out the room deadly as can be and going to sleep with that one song still playing in the back of my head.