The first way how the radio looked easy to do was just typing out what to say. I thought it would be so easy just typing out what I was going to say. But I was mistaken, it was the exact opposite though. It was really challenging, you had to have the correct grammar and all the events that were going to happen on Kauai, like football games or Air riflery matches. I even had re-edit the script that was assigned to me three times. That's the first reason why I thought the radio's were gonna be easy but turned out to be hard.
Another way how the radio looked easy but actually was hard was recording our voices. This was hard because if someone made a sound when you were not supposed to or when you couldn't pronounce the words correctly you would have to restart the sentence just to get the correct words. But another thing I found out was that you have to get the right sound of your voice. But I had to find that out the hard way. So when I submitted the radio and got the feed back I ended up sounding like a person who half awake. That's the second reason why the radio looked easy but actually was hard.
But the last way the radio looked easy was my schedule. Im not that good at my schedule. So I thought I had lots of time but reality I was really short on time. So when I found out I got deprived. So then I tried to find time to do it but you might realize that there aren't many openings when you try to do the radio. Thats why I thought the radio looked easy but actually wasn't because I was deprived of time.
So in realization of the radio I learned something. To never judge something by its cover. Or something bad could end up happening like how I thought the radio was easy but actually wasn't.