Praying for all of you still recovering from Hurricane Sandy. And yes, my family and I in the New York region weathered the storm and are okay. Talk about “October Surprise”!
In the mean time, it’s Halloween! And as usual, I find myself revisiting two videos:
1. David’s Video Playlist (because I like his little “thriller” dance and he’s oh-so-cute in this! One day, he’ll have a music video worthy of a VH1 video playlist)
2. Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” of course!
…at least to be able to watch The Voice tonight and to post this latest blog! :)
If you watched The Voice, you will understand why I’m inspired to post this video from yesteryear! :P
Oh boy! I was prepared to go to work today until I got a notice that all classes are canceled! The winds and rains haven’t started yet. I guess I better hunker down as Hurricane Sandy passes over New York.
Stay safe, everyone! :)
I saw Cloud Atlas last night. It was really good! Although I can see why some folks would have a problem with some of the “Race Bending” that goes on (there’s gender-bending as well):
I wonder if David would like a film like this?
A new up and coming hip hop artist, Angel Haze, released a mixtape called “Cleanin’ Out My Closet,” a remix of Eminem’s rap of the same title. It’s a graphic and profanity-laden description of her experience of childhood sexual abuse. It has haunted me, so I’m replaying it here:
And since I like triumph over victimization, I’m going to also feature the girl-power anthem, “Girl on Fire,” from Alicia Keys (because I need light to follow darkeness).
Thanks to everyone for de-lurking yesterday to answer our roll call! :)
So good to know we still have folks hanging around, keeping part of this fan community, even while David is away.
I think it’s testimony to the strength of David’s talent and charisma and his own efforts in keeping us in tact as a fan base.
Still haven’t heard from certain folks who may have disappeared: Tibiti, Valbraz, Burkey, Idolfan, you guys are missed!