If you’d ask me whether I’d rather be good in dancing or singing, I’d be quick to answer that I’d love to be the best dancer in the world. I am easily awed by a good dancer, and it would be awesome if I could kick some ass on the dance floor. Sure, I can also pass as a frustrated singer, but I’m really more of a frustrated dancer.
I have two left feet and Alex said I have a funny expression when I dance. (He’s often the unfortunate audience of my silly dance moves.) My sister said that she thought I’d grew up to be an agogo dancer, but I luckily didn’t! (Yay.) I don’t know how to explain it, but even I can admit that it looks pretty awful when I dance. Heh. Despite knowing that I’m a horrible dancer, I do it anyway–to everyone’s annoyance.
When Riya told me last Saturday that I should quit blogging and pursue vlogging, instead, I laughed at the idea. I hate public speaking, and vlogging, I think, passes as a form of public speaking. So no, vlogging is definitely not for me. But this idea of vlogging inspired me, of course.
I went to my lola’s house last Saturday and saw my cousin doing something on her laptop and playing some party music (whatever that is). Out of sheer fun, I borrowed my cousin’s beanie (which looked so cute on her and which made me look like a burglar) and tried to look
gangsta cute. Haha.
And so this video resulted:
Heehee. I know I look kyot! That’s Ruby and she still hadn’t taken a bath when we took the video. Yet, she still looked tons better than I did. Too bad you can’t hear her laugh in the video. She’s the craziest laugher I’ve ever met. Haha.
I know I can never be a dancer, and I wouldn’t even dare bring my dancing into clubs or on the dance floor. But just let me do silly things like this and I’ll be fine. I swear I won’t be bitter that no one would ever tell me that I dance well. Just don’t make me stop dancing my silly dance moves and I can be a happy banana for the rest of time.
I would never ever venture into vlogging but shooting random videos can be fun. Looking like a fool is my talent, and I’d probably do it again. I don’t know. Glamour and sophistication don’t really work for me. It’s awkward when I act like a lady, and people say I make seduction look like a joke. So I’d just be a klutz and wish for people to accept me for me. (I swear I don’t intend for that to sound dramatic.)
Mama Sel says
Hi, Jane! You’re great just the way you are! (sounds like a cliche, but yes, it’s true.) I think your dance moves are unique! 😀 And I bet I’m going to like you when I meet you even if you don’t sing well nor dance well. It doesn’t really matter. Don’t let anybody change you or make you feel inferior just because, according to you, you’re “classless”. You just have your own definition of “class”. 🙂 Looking forward to meeting you in person. Oh and by the way, thank you for following my blog! To God be all the glory!
I feel so shy reading your comment! I almost forgot about this post. Haha. Yes, I try to stay true to myself because pretending to be someone I not is no fun at all! 🙂 No problem, I love reading your blog.^^