AmbroChaos
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Music
I wish I know how to add music to my profile, so if anyone can help...

Anywho, I've been learning various songs for my music class. Every quarter we need to complete a project, and I've decided on piano being the focus of my projects. My piano is my baby, after all. I've learned a bit of the Song of Storms, but I think my project will be either Guren no Yumiya or Promise(Reprise). If I do Guren no Yumiya, I'll have to do the simple version I found on YT. On the other hand, Promise has been a piece I already know some of. I learned a bit in my sophomore year of HS. I memorized the main melody, I just need to memorize the rest(I tend to memorize my pieces, because I have some dyslexia regarding music sheets).

Now, my problem is practicing at home. I own a Yamaha PSR-18, it's my baby. I've had it for a long time, and it's a little yellowed and a little beat-up. My problem is that it's an electric piano. As in it needs a cord. A cord which, at the moment, I do not have. And I've already cleaned off my desk to give my piano some space, so here it's staying.

Yeah, I should probably start searching instead of sit here and write this journal. But I haven't written one in a while, so yeah.

Oh, and on another note! I've been approved for Autcraft! That's a minecraft server for autistic kids who have trouble playing minecraft, and everyone is super nice. I've built my house, and it looks pretty radical.

By the way, who's watching the next Shingeki no Kyojin episode? I already read what's out for the manga, but I like the Anime better than reading the manga. I get through the manga too quickly, and I can't process it well. But at least I know who everyone is! I was shocked when I found out about certain s**t that'll go down later.

Anyway, I gotta bounce. Time to go cord-hunting. See ya! smilies/icon_whee.gif


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“Please, don't torture me with cliches. If you're going to try to intimidate me, have the courtesy to go away for a while, acquire a better education, improve your vocabulary, and come back with some fresh metaphors.”

“There are no explanations for human evil. Only excuses.”

― Dean Koontz

Hush, and listen for the Fae's magick.