May 18, 2009 at 1:24 AM
Is this labeled as an addiction? I'm just here and I have an urge to just play the violin. I really want to run my bow across the strings and draw as much sound as possible. I want to make music! I'm at work atm and all thats going through my head is : Not long to go.
Is it just monday-itis?
I KNOW VIOLIN IS ADDICTIVE THOUGH!
Yes it is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You are not alone! I think at it at least every 5 minutes (is this normal???)
(sorry if this sounds terribly negative) I'm "dying" at the moment because I cannot play for one week because of my final (slash word here) science exams (final of this year I mean). Before this non practice week, I have played 5 times in 14 days... (call this nothing in my vocabulary! I am not in my normal state to do such a thing!!!) Fourtunately had one of my best lesson ever while doing stricly nothing... I sometimes practice my head off for much worst lessons than that one! Anyway, this was luck only. Everytime I am forced to do this, it takes a few weeks to fix it back and I get very MAD!
Violin brings extra pleasure in one's life but to balance things, extra suffering too...
Well, let's say that's the joy of beeing amateur... lol
I will wish you good luck and COURAGE!
From another one in the same boat... (well, actually, scholar boat... and what a boat...!)
Let's try to cheer up just the same :) It's important to keep hope!
I know how you feel when you can't play. When you finish the exam go crazy hehe :D I wish you the best of luck!! Make sure you do well :D
My day turned out pleasently unexpected.
I left work early since I managed to finish alot of my work, so I went to a friends house and we just practiced (and had alot of laughs). It went on for atleast 6 hours. Had alot of fun just playing things like Boccherni and the arival of the queen of sheeba.
That's cool! Yes, of course I try to do my best! That is the way of my forced violin break...
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