How was your Easter?
I hope your day was great, and I hope you had all the cupcakes, cakes, ham, eggs and.. well: everything to your liking - as much as you've wanted..
What are some of the greatest advices you've gotten as a child?
Mine was: there is no time-machine, also know as "Don't cry over spilt milk" - no matter how much pain, tears, tries and anger it may cause.. past is and asways will remain: the past. We can't change it, but we can learn from it.
From the true life's pains, some relationship choices.. over to fashion - this remains the Capital Rule we all must remember: the sole purpose of our past is to learn from it. So, I've found this article in a movie magazine (what, say you.. YES, there are some might good articles in movie magazines) and it's an interview with a darling of Hollywood - Jeanette MacDonald.
She "spills the beans" on being popular.
I, for one, like to read these kind of articles (one can never have to much boost to her confidence). You may be liberal and free-spirited. You may be outspoken and love the eyes of public. Me.. I'm shy and introvert. Being able to read some "good words" on gaining self-confidence helps me - even if the article comes from a 1937 edition of movie magazine.
As a matter of fact, I know many ladies prefered reading these than some daily newspapers - so those clever folks in magazine editorial unist got the idea of a lifetime: they've started printing various articles in their magazines - and I (as someone who's diary is a collection of vintage items and dreams) am grateful they did so.
Braving out the world:
You know... if I lived back in those years - I too would prefer reading a movie magazine (and all the amazing articles in it) than reading daily news. :)