So. April 24th….Arashi’s Popcorn Live Tour AND Evangelion 3.33 DVD(s)?!
Wait…let me calm down…
*thinks about it again*
I know I’m really late on realizing this. But here it is…
3 years later….
HE BECAME IIO-SAN!!!
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So I was downloading Ara-Fes CMs and this popped up.
So I stopped thinking about it and continued what I was doing.
About a few months back I was getting ready for an Acting Final at the end of my sophomore year. I was partnered with a girl that was about to graduate and claimed that she wasn’t really good at acting. Well, I came in to rehearse and was always on time, I never missed one and I rehearsed to the best of my ability during our time together.
At some point in time she became very nervous and frustrated with our “practice run” of the scene which was done in front of everyone in the class. I didn’t mind it and didn’t think it was a big problem solely because people make mistakes and I knew we could do it. She started to get more frustrated with herself and, secretly, me. So she started scheduling more and more times to rehearse leaving me no time to breath.
On the night before the performance she finally confronted me about her worries. She asked me why I was always so calm and laid back, that I didn’t worry about anything which made her worry about everything.
I explained to her what Nino had taught me in the past when I was in her shoes;
“I listen to the directions carefully, that’s why I can do it right? I can grasp things more easily when I don’t worry (in Nino’s case “play games”). If I concentrate about what people will think or what mistakes I’ve done in the past then I will have my own thoughts which is the most troublesome…causing me to fail.”
The minutes leading into our performance seemed to take forever, but all I thought about was what my friends and I were going to do that night….or what my Mom was going to make for dinner. I don’t like thinking about what may happen, I just want to know how it feels after I’ve done the best I can. That’s the best feeling.