yeah. i love musics too. its just that i spend way too much time listening to musics every day that i got sick and tired of it. many of the times, i lost interest in movies and videogames that it might takes me months to watch a movie and the same can be said about videogames too. i lost interest in it that it might take me months to get back interest to play videogames again. while musics, i listen to it everyday for hours and hours that it made me wish i could do something else different to not get sick and tired of it.
i love tae-kwon-do and other martial arts that i wish i could practice it at the park but because of corona virus, i haven't practicing it at all for a little over a year now that it made me wish i could practice it again. i am just waiting for the day when they ease the restrictions of the lockdown more before i practice it at the park. practicing martial arts at the park is a good exercise, so is swimming at the gym for me.
learning to play a new instrument is not for me though. but thank you for the nice suggestion. nearly 8 years ago, i bought a guitar and learned to play it but it gets harder and harder as i progress that i stop playing it. half of my head is injured that i have trouble concentrating to practice it. then my 2nd music teacher dropped my guitar that the strings are broken and sound weird and when i did get it fix, the strings are so sharp that it hurt my left hand fingers that i stop learning or playing on the guitar anymore. that was like 7 years ago when my 2nd music teacher dropped my guitar. probably like months to like a year later or so, i completely forgotten on how to read the notes on the music sheets that i don't know which note to strum this note or that note on the guitar. i didn't miss it at all though on playing on the guitar or forgotten on how to read the notes.
while practicing tae kwon do or other martial arts or swimming is in my blood. i love practicing it and i still not good at tae kwon do or other martial arts but i have fun practicing it and who knows, if i am lucky i might get good at it one day. like the saying goes, practice makes perfect. same with swimming, nearly 2 months before the lockdown of last year, i finally get decent at swimming in frog like style at the gym after not practicing it for a year or two that it made me happy that my swimming in frog style has improved. so now i am struggling to patiently wait until they ease the restrictions some more so i can do the spas and swimming at the gym. and practice martial arts at the park.