Like my body?

Hey y’all,

it’s been quite some time since my last blog post and I apologize for anyone who actually follows it. Nonetheless, winter vacation has come to an end and it’s time to let the words within me dance and shine, because they’ve been dancing in the dark for too long.

So, recently I’ve become obsessed with Anna Nicole Smith. Don’t judge; you have to admit she was quite the entertainer – I mean, poor fry cooks at fried chicken joints from the middle of Texas don’t exactly become celebrities without some kind of personality. I’ve become so intrigued by her that even while walking or looking in the mirror I say “Like my body?” in my head in some borderline psycho way because it’s fun. And I ask myself if I want a Viper and money. But that doesn’t make sense unless you’ve seen her TrimSpa commercial. She even replaced Claudia Schiffer to model for Guess Jeans when the only place she shopped at was Wal-Mart. And she actually looked like Marilyn Monroe, who she idolized and wished to become.

Anna Nicole Smith ad for Guess Jeans

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But, I think that was her problem.

Here I go preaching again, (sorry Madonna but I ain’t your Papa) but I just think that if she followed her own heart and conscience rather than aspiring to be someone else, she most definitely would have been an A-list celebrity. And, she would probably still grace the earth with her presence. It seems as though not only Hollywood, but society as a whole expects people to look and be out of this world. But, in reality, if we were big and out of this world we wouldn’t have oxygen and we would die. Things might be bigger in Texas but they can’t get too big or else they’ll pop or blow up or something crazy, or something along those lines.

I really wish the press wouldn’t have put so much pressure on her through several hurtful accusations, such as calling her a gold digger. Seriously? She said that liver spots turned her on so there.

So, I like Lady Gaga and Scott Schuman and Mozart and definitely Cindy Crawford, but they should only be role-models. Don’t dye your hair platinum blond and give yourself a fake mole. Embrace your beauty and personality because there’s only one thing that you can do better than anyone else in this world, and that’s being yourself.

Or, as Anna Nicole would say, be yourself, baby.

And, as Nicki Minaj would say, rest in peace to Anna Nicole Smith.

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