I know I am not perfect. I know I am not great.
But I hope that to you, I’m at least okay.
Love is love; it doesn’t have a definition.
I wanna dance with you.
In Legally Blonde the Musical, there are several differences from its movie counterpart to add both comedy and differentiate from the two. One of those differences is at the end during the trial when Brooke shouts, “And no one had to know that I had liposuction on my thighs.” After a few brief moments of silence, all the Delta Nu girls shout that they still love her.
In my own opinion, I strongly repeat opinion, this very miniscule scene is important because it shows that even though she is a top “fictional” icon she was still appreciated.
In today’s society we make human beings more iconic than they are, whether they are the president or a pop star, a dictator or movie director. By doing this we give them the power, the control, that’s what Malala Yousafzai did by blogging about the troubles of girls’ getting an education-she was taking the power away.
Taking the power away, you show the humanity behind the title, fame, and awards. Because that’s who cuts down trees and take control when they don’t like how things are. Animals adapt and move on or face death; humans make it what they want to survive.
And it’s humans who try to immortalize those who died, just like the rest of us will.
Is it because we have the ability to think, or do we just want to pass something down worth remembering, to show some good came of disasters-voices spoke up causing action. And it is in those actions that make them immortal, after all actions speak louder than words.
As children we look up to those who by all appearance are taller, smarter, and believe to be the good guys for their increased ages and the fact they know what life is all about.
Yet, when the children become adults themselves, they find themselves looking down to the child’s innocence and wonder. Admiring the hidden strength they perhaps had once upon a time, but now those childish dreams are filled with facts of all the knowledge that one couldn’t wait to learn as they juggle a circus customary of laws, taxes, work, and bills.
It’s very Catch-22, the child looks up to the one with life experience and the adult looks down to the innocent-both believing the other is the wisest of them all.
Not to worry about a diet; not to care if I do a life performing stunt or not.
If I fall in love, it happens; if I don’t I’ll wait and search a little longer.
All I want to accomplish for the year we “weren’t supposed” to see is…
This is in memory of the 27 people (18 of which are kindergartners) who lost their lives today in Newtown, Connecticut. You are forever in our hearts.
When the police were evacuating the classrooms, they had the students close their eyes and hold hands in a line so they wouldn’t see the bloody corpses of their friends, acquaintances, and teachers laying mere feet away from them. Nobody should have to experience that.
The total death is now up to 20 kids of under 10, a well-liked teacher “who threw herself in front her students” to face the masked gunman, and the principal. The gunman even tried to blame his own brother, but a search is in place.
It’s the second overall worst school shooting, even worse then Cambridge.
Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester) and Tyler Hubbard (Florida Georgia Line).