Thanks Justin.

I finally watched the Justin Beiber movie and I finally understand all those swooning tweens in my neighborhood.  But also, it made me think that I want/need to be more considerate of my own self and the things I really want to do.  What do I want to do?  I really want to write and illustrate a children's book.  Why have I not done that?  I think because I'm scared I will fail.  Oh well, now that we've got that out of the way, I should really just start.  I know that a movie is just a movie, but kind of the way that hockey movie (not the mighty ducks, but the one about the U.S. Olympic team) totally inspired me to the max on my mission, Justin has inspired me to actually do the things I talk about, oh yeah, and also try to learn how to dance.  I have actually been working on that with Remy in the mornings.


emilia. said...

to the max! please write your children's book because i want to own 100 copies and give them to all the small children i know.


Heather said...

1. Dancing in front of a mirror helps a lot. It's pretty empowering too. Trust me.

2. Just remember that you are THE BEST at everything you do. And if things don't work out, it's not your fault. It's theirs. jk. but really, what's to lose?!?!?!?!!? DO IT! Do we need to do a business conference call?

Face Time me.

xoxo, Cuz.

Rachel. said...

A. I hope you write a book one day. Children's or not. B. Will this little Eiffel Tower gem make it into your etsy shop one day? I think it is mighty fine.