Hello Everyone! First off, I want to apologize for my absencce on both my blog and my YouTube channel. These past few days have been super busy. Whether that means homework, cleaning or family stuff, I just haven’t been able to upload and while I apologize, I hope you understand.
So, for todays blog post, I wanted to do something a little different. Instead of making a blog post all about my vision, I wanted to take a little break from that and show you guys other things that I do.
On Wednesday, January 30th, I went to go see Panic at the Disco. I entered the arena with high expectations, but leaving my expectations were far exceeded.
As a visually impaird woman,, going to concerts is difficult. Through the hustle and bustle of the crowd to trying to find my seat, there is always someting happening.
Sitting in the handicapped area, I got an amazing view. Not only were the atual lyrics of the songs amazing, but his voice was amazing. Sometimes you hear sngs on the radion and then you go and see them in person, and their voice does not seem to be as awesome. Well, this may be the only concert I have ever been to that the live performance was better than the recorded performance.
Something I can take away from that concert is that things are not as they seem. The people you see on screens, voices you hear over the radio do not define a person.
This experience really opened my eyes to true music and the passion that some artists have for what they do.
I am so sorry that this post is especially short, but I just wanted to get one out there for you guys. So, as always, remember to keep following the blog, and subscribe to my YouTube channel.
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