If anyone ask, I am a magazine reading maniac. From the way a writer coveys a message through convulsing words to the way the editor actually makes you feel like you are there, I absolutely believe in the brilliance of a magazine article. My only complaint is that the interviewee in some articles is so dull and perhaps, we've already read the same thing before in an interview that they do annually for a mainsteam magazine. Hence, that of famous montages Beyonce, Dakota Fanning, Miley Cyrus and more.
Today, I read an article in Harpers Bazaar where the interviewee, Dianne Sawyer, spoke to me.
She simply said: In life, it happens much more than people expect. I think that we're all walking around with our shirts buttoned up so high so people don't see the bruises.
This is a challenge for me and you that I believe can be conquered. I'll be wearing my blouse half buttoned from here on out. Showing my bruises is bound to reach a vast similar crowd, heal someone else and ignite my soul so they fade away like never before! As the famous singer Jessie J belts, "it's okay not to be okay."
The things I write about are the love of my life and the life of my love!