Please don’t laugh when I tell you why I *thought* I was a glamor-puss, but based on what transpired, I am faced with the harsh cold reality of “otherwise.”
Watching the Golden Globes and…ahem…”Quirky” People interact with each other on network television during this year’s show was pretty fun for me, and I’ll tell you why.
I see every article as an open conversation. That’s why often you’ll find comments from me (and my alter ego, for that matter) on various internet articles. I feel as though it’s one, big, giant conversation.
From my view, we’re all over-achievers. If you aren’t, I’m quite surprised, and well, I’m not sure why you’re here. Stop now, …
While reading an article on this subject and observing a few of the most talked about photos, it occurred to me: I don’t like looking at these people that way.
I’ll admit. I had to do it. I cannot watch something like “Shit Girls Say,” which is so hysterically funny without thinking, ‘HOLY CRAP that sounds an awful lot like a sweeter version of me!’
I know, I know. I’m always rallying the troops, blowing the “You can do anything you put your mind to” horn; the positive thinking, positive actions, positive intentions round. I’m the queen of horn blowing, and surprising as it sounds, I actually tend to put my actions, mind and beliefs (even my money) truly where my mouth is.