May I have May back? For a week at least?
I suppose not.
It's the usual shit. Times flies by and our last dose of Botox is already starting to wear off. Joy to the world we are not getting any younger. Or wiser for that matter.
This past weekend hubby and I didn't live the vida loca at all.
We gathered our thoughts and spent some quiet time on the couch with a crappy movie and one too many vodka tonics.
As per our calendar suggestion we are keeping calm and staying classy...
start off the month properly or at least to get over the shock of
having completely missed the previous one let's all rejoice about Kim Kardashian
West second pregnancy. The amazingly talented Mrs West is expecting her
second child from the "Genius" and since she is the only woman on the planet able to
produce eggs and get them fertilized with sperm I think we should
proclaim a world wide bank holiday on this remarkable day. I am sure the
women of Malawi are not impressed by this news.
Procreation is way overrated. As children are. Go ahead and hate me.
What is remarkable is the fact that Bruce Jenner eventually is no more. Literally.
Meet Caitlyn Jenner, Vanity Fair’s July cover star. Pulitzer Prize–winning contributing editor and author of Friday Night Lights
Buzz Bissinger, who was given unfettered access to Jenner and her
family, chronicles the tensions, traumas, and courage that shaped
Caitlyn into the woman you see today. Annie Leibovitz shoots the first
portraits of Caitlyn, which were taken in her Malibu home.
Jenner speaks movingly about her journey, telling Bissinger, “If I
was lying on my deathbed and I had kept this secret and never ever did
anything about it, I would be lying there saying, ‘You just blew your
entire life.’ ”
Go to the Vanity Fair web site and take a look at the behind the scene video.
Caitlyn looks very well put together and I find her already way more interesting than the rest of her family.
Of course being photographed by Annie Leibovitz
and having access to great make-up peeps and stylists (on top of
plastic surgery and all that jazz) greatly helped Bruce transforming
into Cailtyn. Photoshop use was not spared either. But those are tricks used by all.
I think is amazing is the way that this human being has turned the
cheap exposure that the big K has given him into a formidable platform
from where launch such enterprise.
Finally what's inside his mind matches what she sees reflected into the mirror.
Bruce may have won a gold medal but Caitlyn for sure has done something that took way more courage and guts.
Caitlyn has accomplished something that will hopefully change people's view
over such a delicate and (unfortunately) uncomfortable matter.
She is embracing who she is completely and without restrains.
She lives in her truth.
She set herself free and that is the highest of the achievements.
Welcome to this world world Caitlyn.
Ciao for now.