I listen to a lot of music on a daily basis and I have many favorite songs, but there are some that mean more than others. Songs that I could listen to on repeat and never get sick of. One of these songs would be, “Nicest Thing” by Kate Nash. It just really captures all of my emotions. No matter where I am in my life, I can always relate to this song. Every time I listen to this song, I reflect upon my life, both past and present. The song itself is so mellow, but yet so emotional and I love every second of it. The lyrics are so relatable and clever. One of my favorite lines would be “I wish that you knew when I said two sugars actually I meant three”. “Nicest Thing” is definitely a song I could see my self writing, but Kate Nash beat me to it. Maybe one day I’ll be able to write lyrics like Kate Nash, but until then I’ll stick with what I have.
Yes, I write often. Of course, I write more when I’m going through troublesome times or something is bothering me, but that’s normal. I love writing my feelings and thoughts down, especially for future reference. I find that I repeat a lot of things through out my writing, so obviously there are certain themes which surround my life. I don’t mind it at all. And unfortunately, everything that I think, I don’t write down. That would be a little obnoxious.
And yes, I think. Without thinking, I would get nowhere. I find that every day after a certain time which is usually 8 pm maybe 9 pm, I go into thinking mood. Whether I’m with friends or by myself, I’ll just stare off into space and think deeply. I’m not sure if that’s good or bad. Personally, I believe it’s good because I’m sorting out my feelings. If I can’t understand my own feelings, how am I supposed to understand anyone else’s? Everyday, I feel as if I learn something new and if not, then I just reflect on something old. Hopefully, I never stop thinking. That would be a tragedy.