I’m going to sing an acoustic version of this song on Saturday! 😀 I’ll be performing on our team building. I’m excited! The song is pretty challenging since the “rapping” part isn’t my thing. But I’m getting it! LOL! I hope someone will record a video of my version.
Anyway, here’s for Music Monday: Borkenhearted by Karmin.
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I have blogged about this photo before. It being one of my favorite photo covers of Kuerdas. They all looked fresh and handsome her. LOL! They looked like they came out of a facial spa, had a mud mask put on their faces and then the result! Or is it because of the lights used by the photographer? I haven’t really asked. It doesn’t matter coz they all look gorgeous here. I hope they’d keep posting more photos like this. 😀
I just saw this on my cousin’s post on Facebook. I just can’t help but let you all know that we also have a talent like this here in the Philippines! She’s KZ Tandingan, she just surprised everybody who watched the X-Factor Franchise for the Philippines with her amazing talent!
I’ve been asking friends around to help me find a 2nd-hand laptop. I’ve been wanting to purchase one because I’m having a hard time going online on internet cafes. It’s so uncomfortable especially when there are a lot of kids cussing around while they’re playing games online. I can’t wright quality posts whenever I update mine and Lainy’s blogs.
I really miss going online in the comforts of my room. I can check the status of my Facebook account anytime I want and update my blogs frequently. I also need to start looking for home-based jobs online in preparation for my homecoming. When I get settled back home, I’ll try to educate myself about computers so that I would learn how to speed up my computer on my own. Or being able to fix it when it becomes crappy. I won’t have to hire someone else to make my it work.
There are just a lot of things I can do with my own laptop. Hopefully I can buy a less expensive 2nd-hand laptop before this month ends. 😀
I have a friend who has been dreaming of getting her masters degree. She worked tirelessly before to help her brother out finish in college. Now that her brother got his degree, it’s about time for her to fulfill her dream. She actually did and I’m happy for her.
I feel like going back to school as well but that will have to be postponed right now. There are a lot of things going on with my life right now and going back to school will not be prioritize yet. I’ll might just equip myself with gre practice questions so that when the right time for school comes, I’ll be ready for the entrance exams.
Sarangani Bay Festival is held annually (this year was held on May 18 and 19) at the white sands of Gumasa, Glan Sarangani Province. Kuerdas has been part of it, like the usual. It’s an ultimate Summer Beach Adventure that I’m hoping to be part of next year.
Jayson, the band major, is a known musician in GenSan. He doesn’t only play the guitars, he also play some other music instruments like the Djembe. Well guess what? It looks like the little Morning Dew is learning to play it at a very young age!
As he grow up, we are all certain that he’s also going to learn to play the guitar and sing like his Dad and Uncle Mark. And when he’s old enough to play the strings, I bet he’s going to ask his Dad or Aunt Lainy to buy him an ibanez 7 string. He will definitely become a great guitar player if he’s got one of those! 😀
When I was with Kuerdas Band, we used to rehearse at Jayson’s house. Sometimes there wasn’t enough space that we have to rent a music studio so we can practice our pieces for our gigs. It’s costly. Unlike in the U.S. that bands out there commonly began playing at their garage, some may even have a bigger steel building garage where they also do their demos. But here in the Philippines, common people, like us, don’t have cars so there weren’t a lot of garages to rehearse at.
We were contented rehearsing at Jayson’s place anyway. Not only that, it’s the band’s favorite place to hang out.
I miss those rehearsals and hang outs all of a sudden. 😀