More than just a very pretty face
Topic: From Facebook Friends
Excuse me hello there can I have your attention, please?
It's the only way I know how -,..other than shouting from a rooftop or posting wonderful luxurious scintillating shots of well dressed women.
But this is not a usual blog entry for me. I was just wondering if you wouldnt mind taking a quck look at this photo and especially the words and story to go with it.
It reminds me so much of someone I used to know (*not* to be confused with that song which is getting so-o-o-o-o much airplay right now!)
But what is funny is that before Facebook , I remember seeing a photo of her court appearances and the best I can recall is being unconcerned with the media coverage and more with what a beautiful person she honestly is and moreover: who am I to judge from what I can see is at best just media speculation?
But now from what I can see from her self what a potent and powerful force she is to proterct her own mental well being and I hope that with her speaking out this way, other women-,..and even some men-,..can learn from her and applaud her for her choice words.
Its funny that way, having two cards to play, when the media blends itself with the 'entertainment world' ; which in the end, literally props them all up to keep working, one can have a personal opinion about the truth of all our affairs that the media cannot savvy because there is no one sole person in charge or authority to ascertain the real value of the truth. Its louder than what can be broadcast or tuned into.
Usually they are just too far removed from it to think about giving their souls the vacation time they crave when it gets to heavy a burden.
But its really great to see someone so in charge of themselves that way. Men are just not the only ones built to have swagger but women can do it with a composure and stability that should make normal men very appreciative of how they become that way.
As instructors. The smart ones really do listen to what is being said.
Thanks. Outspoken and beautiful; and yet Billy Joel always had it right: always a woman.
Posted by mach1231
at 11:44 PM PDT
Updated: Sunday, June 24, 2012 12:10 AM PDT