summerstar wrote:OS, lovely words go with a lovely voice! ( I can hear it in the way you write, honestly) Yes, I sing too, not so much opera anymore. I LOVE La Boheme...thinking about the MET schedule just last night, haven't seen it in a long time.
YES! My name is ------ and I'm an INFP! Help! What am I doing here?I have strong T and E days, and one reason I'm looking forward to Law School, God willing, is because I want to cultivate those sides of myself, so find it fascinating and inspiring you went from I to E. I def can, given the right milieu. I just happen to be living out in provincial suburbia right now and AM sooo out of my elemnt, having exhausted the potential of this small town. Ugh, but I digress.
Have you ever sung the part of Mimi? Yes? Lucky girl!
You are too sweet! Are you taking lessons now? I'm a light lyric soprano, so my voice isn't really big enough yet to sing Mimi. I could do Susanna in Marriage of Figaro, if I had time to go back to studying. I'd probably have to do the conservatory thing for real, and I don't know that I'd ever be good enough not to be disappointed in myself. What type of repertoire did/do you do?
What schools are you considering? Come to New York! I go to the Met as often as possible; I'm going on the 7th, actually.
I've never seen Turandot, but many of my friends haven't been at all, and that needs to be remedied.
There are people like us in law school. If I meet anyone with even slight F tendencies, I am very happy, but then NT boys will do nicely. As for becoming an E, it happened so gradually I scarcely realized what was happening. I just realized my behavior was, for the most part, inconsistent with introversion. I love to get involved in other people's problems, and I'm not nearly private enough about my own. Most of all, I want to be useful to society, if I can be. Law school changes people quite profoundly. I feel a lot better about my own life since becoming a law student, and the people I've met are little short of amazing.