I have three options:
1.) Buy insurance I can’t afford and don’t need.
2.) Get a subsidy (a.k.a welfare) so government can pay my bills.
3.) Pay a TAX that goes up every year until I buy the insurance I can’t afford and don’t need.
What Savvy Says turned 3 today!
I wasn’t expecting much, but it’s much better than I expected. Honestly, I love this. The song is catchy, the lyrics are adorable. It sounds like a song a fourteen-year-old would sing. This is refreshing. She’s not wearing crazy clothes or make-up, the music isn’t out there. It reminds me of Play and Triple Image, groups I used to love when I was in high school. What she’s wearing in the video is what she wears everyday. She’s very much herself and she’s beautiful. Most artists are afraid to be themselves, so I guess she’s brave.
Her voice has improved since last year and I can only see her getting better with time. I’m just praying she keeps a good head on her shoulders and doesn’t try to grow up too fast. For right now I have to give her props. Well done, Madison!
I thought “Put Your Hearts Up” was such a stupid song, so I won’t call myself a fan. I bought her debut album because I was curious. The girl can sing, I’ll give her that, but I wasn’t impressed. Slightly disappointed, maybe. Her sound is 90s, very Mariah Carey meets The Boy is Mine, which I love. I’ll give her props for sticking with a style that suites her voice. The album is good, the songs are good, but they’re just…good. She doesn’t have a good voice, she has a great voice and the finished project doesn’t live up to her potential. Fact is, she doesn’t know her potential. With the exception of one or two songs, her voice sounds the same. She tries to make her voice sound deep which only makes it hard for you to understand the words. She has range, but she stays in her comfort zone. In one song, “Tattooed Heart,” she tries to take it old school but she doesn’t have the soul for it. I don’t believe it. To top it off, the songs are so shallow. Nothing wrong with singing about love but there’s something surface level about her singing. She has such a soulful voice and it’s a shame she doesn’t know how to use it. It’s in her to be a great powerhouse vocalist. All she needs to do is dump Nickelodeon, get a new vocal coach and her next album will be amazing. Do I dislike the album? No. It’s catchy and fun, just shallow and beneath her.
I will say this: Miley Cyrus could learn a thing or two from Ariana. Miley went from childhood to “adult” thinking she could skip the middle. This album from Ariana is in the middle. She’s not a kid, but she’s approaching adulthood. Mistakes and class is how you grow up, and Ariana is a lady.
Probably one of the most well-written books I’ve read in a long time, but it’s so disturbing I wouldn’t never ever recommend it. #Tampa #AlissaNutting
Yay! Almost there! #goodreads #lonelypeopleproblems
My Independence Day Theme Song! #ThisCountryIsBadAss
One Nation UNDER GOD!
"i can’t fix you…"
There are perks to working at a bookstore. Still gotta read the first one. @VeronicaRoth #divergent #insurgent