Went out to Tokyo today to go get my glasses after 2weeks of production. Got to the eyewear shop in Minami-Aoyama As soon as I arrived in front of the store, with astonishment, disbelief, and elation, I saw that the store was closed for business holiday. Funny enough, I was only shocked for about a second and literally took 2seconds to get back in reality and said, let’s go fucking go get some dank ass food Yusaku(my cousin).
And once again, I tried shooting some vlog today with my big camera. This time with my English commentary explaining what’s happening. Not that I failed doing so, but I could totally tell that my English has worn out. Not so fluid, not so smooth. Very sluggish and choppy. I once need to get used to speaking more English mayn I’m slacking off it’s not good!
So this act of keeping my journal in English is definitely a plus for this manner. Because when I make journals in Japanese, my hands just move without thinking as if my hands know what it wants to type it out, but in English I can feel my hands and the things I want to say doesn’t complete sync. I still feel that buffer when I convert my feelings and thoughts in English.
I’ve been saying this for years but a language is an instrument dude. You gonna suck if you don’t pick it up and play for 6months. You gotta at least play that shit once or twice a week if you wanna keep that chop living as your muscle memory.