"Artists are traditionally resistant to labels"

by Patti Smith

Hi. Wow..this month was one of the busiest months I've ever had in my life,
but also one of the most exhilarating months for sure :)

I've done my study-aborad presentation, a couple Sarah's essays,
Brier's test, Brier's speech, Eiken, toefl, toeic, and finally, my dance presentation.
and Yes, this is pretty much my excuse for not posting any blogs out here.lol

and Yes, I'm writing this one now because I couldn't concentrate 
no longer than 15 minutes on my final exam's preparation.lol

My parents consider having a mac in front of my desk to be 
very ridiculous, but I absolutely cannot study without the magnificent 
8 tracks mix(it's called "Music makes you smarter"), 
and therefore this macbook has the right to stay on my desk. hah.

Sooo, changing the subject from how I fail in studying,
I would like to talk about the picture above, yes, Patti Smith.

She's one of the greatest legends of punk, not just because she's a woman,
 but because she created music that blew off peoples' mind.
I personally love her fashion, often composed by a simple shirt, jeans, and a head band.
No one can look impeccable as her by wearing the same clothes on,
because Patti's mysterious aura is like an accessory that people wish to have.

Oh also I recently watched one of my favorite movies "School of Rock" with my friends
at home, and I caught Patti's name on the black board under the box of punk.
I first watched this movie years ago with my father, and loved how Jack Black
goofed around with those talented kids. Especially the part where he started to
teach those smart kids about rock history was super hilarious...

I really wish there were a teacher at my school like him,
who'll come in the classroom and say,

"8:15 to 10, rock history. 10 to 11, rock appreciation in theory. And then band practice till the end of the day."
-Dewey Finn

1 comment:

  1. Hi Kimmy,this is my first time comment at your blog.
    I love your sense,and I think there's some parts that are similar with mine.hehe
    I love the movie too,I watched it when I was in Brazil.I also have the DVD...
    I wish I had talents like the kids in the movie.They are just so geniussss:DD


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