i was born in the wrong generation

“I was born in the wrong generation” is such a cliche thing to say, but sometimes it’s truly how I feel. I don’t remember when my love for Queen began, but I know they’ve always had a special place in my heart (and the hearts of many I know). I’ve watched the movie (Bohemian Rhapsody, 2018) at least four times; it’s one of the movies I believe I could never get tired of and highly recommend it! The actor who played Freddy Mercury (Rami Malek) even won an Oscar, and it was so well deserved.¬†

Did you spot me in this picture though? I think it would have been a lot better if I had Photo Shop, but I used an app on my phone called “PicsArt”, and it did well for an iPhone app in my opinion.

Here I imagine myself¬† watching Queen perform “Don’t Stop Me Now”, my favorite song by them. I’m truly envious of anyone who got to experience Queen in concert!

4 thoughts on “i was born in the wrong generation

  1. I know the feeling of in the wrong generation, I sometimes also feel that way myself, except for the distant past, like the 1900’s, 1800’s, or antiquity, where I yearn for the ideals and to be apart of the history of those times; and alternatively, I also yearn to be apart of the far future, greatly desiring the future’s technologies and colonizing far-off barren planets. I didn’t see you at first in the picture, but that’s impressive how you’ve seamlessly edited yourself in on a cell phone!

    1. I don’t think I could go further back than the Roaring 20’s for more than a day or two, but I can see and understand how you would want to be apart of the history (especially the 1800’s or antiquity); Ancient Rome is amazing to learn about! The future is interesting as well though, and I’m so curious as to see where we will be in even 10 years from now. Thanks so much for the feedback!

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