dear personal assistant:
You know the day isn’t going well when one of your “hot mess” sixth graders has to come up to you and fix the collar on your shirt.
I don’t know girl. It was def the highlight of my day.
When someone compares me to Hilary Swank in Freedom Writers
Hilary Swank knows they’re wrong and looks perplexed like,
but I take the compliment like,
Texas Independence Relay 2012: 203 miles, 33 hours, 12 ladies, and this beast of a van
magic powers unite.
Forbidden Love of the Day: An outreach initiative started by two Israeli graphic artists aiming to bridge the sociopolitical divide between Israel and Iran by sending out simple messages of love is yielding promising results.
“My Israeli friends, I do not hate you; I do not want war. love, Peace,” read one such pacific missive from an anonymous Iranian contributor. Many of the Iranians participating in this campaign have chosen not to identify themselves for fear of arrest or other reprisals.
Still, the message is being heard loud and clear — and the campaign’s creators want to ensure it gets louder and clearer.
This is so cool. The power of love!
Go away paranormal!
Jose Luis Zelaya’s failed bid to become the student body president at Texas A&M University exposed a range of feelings surrounding his status as an illegal immigrant.
Party Rockin’ Grannies of the Day: A group of Russian grannies have scored an unlikely trip to the Eurovision Song Contest, where they will represent their homeland with the feel-good folksy dance hit “Party For Everybody.”
The Buranovskiye Babushki (Buranovo Grannies), who hail from Russia’s Udmurt Republic, penned the song themselves, and say they intend to use their winnings to build a church in their tiny hometown of Buranovo.
“Grandmothers do not need glory and wealth,” a “band” member was quoted as saying.
The 57th Eurovision Song Contest will be held on May 26th in Baku, Azerbaijan. To make it to the finals, the grannies must first survive the semi-final round which takes place on May 22nd.
This is how I imagine my friend Kat as an elderly woman.