With Ellen coming and going comes work, and with that comes a need to rest, I guess. The reward is reaped in. A new spot for my resume, is like a fish turning into a filet. Dilly dallying under the sun watching time go by, is like on my sandwich appearing a fly.
I'm cutting my hair in the nature of hers when she was younger and on the show. =] Also have to dye it for the desired look.
If her show promised great things for the future, I would have wanted to watch it, sparks a keen interest in me, nowaday. I am kinda just looking forward to the show in the Fall and the new things she said for over the summer, like some small videos I think, too. I guess my only problem is the meds I'm on make me tired. The show is very much centered on my interests or life, but if it weren't I'd watch it hoping to get a chance to meet or be a friend but guessing she doesn't have relationships with many fans. I'm even disappointed the show made me feel bad about myself and using curse words when mad. I just don't feel good about myself in relation to it. My point is I have an interest in watching the show each day now I've had or made time. I suppose the show has always been fun to watch each day. It's neat to see what happens. I feel I'm too late to watch for some things. I am just curious why people watch what they watch. Perhaps, it's like why I watched The Secret Circle until the cute dad left, who was only 40-45. I liked coming online posting about this 1 and it aired around Vampire Diaries. The Secret Circle is discontinued as of now. I mean, watching this show is fun to do, but I spend so much time online. It does follow my needs, but it's hard to know why I wanna watch it each day if it's so different now. If it meets my needs, what has Ellen done for most people? Exactly how does she know about her fans if they don't seem easy to find online with a lot of posting and like on a blog? I think I'm getting a signal as to what it does for others. It keeps them in line, and they care about the famous people. Maybe, it helps them be better parents of their daughters.
As the summer approaches, I prepare myself for life. I will volunteer handling some rough dogs and training them, if things go as planned.
I will get a job in the Fall, and I am so excited and have a myriad of interests, even being a janitor at Disney World outside hopefully. We do have a say at the interview. Wouldn't mind chaperoning parades.
Spring comes, and I could get a loan for Full Sail and make my own movie. I wanna direct and produce children's movies. Moreso, I'd love to get a contract on a TV show, age 28, would make a good young "adult.."---Your show is so much fun to watch. I love seeing people's expressions when they meet you. They're, like ..yea.. wow! They know the lo and dirty! of like yea, Leo DiCaprio can be on the show whenever he wants, though he never is. And then there's Portia, who you haven't said if would be the only love of your life forever. I do hope you meet someone of a caliber you deem worthy and don't treat them like I'm treated. There are lots of people in the world who'd be appropriate upon meeting you. They just are not in the frame of mind that being famous is what life is. You should try meeting some people in private and some in public. You literally spend your time on the world and with Portia seems like all the *****s* and giggles. I wonder if you will retire this way, with your show slowly dying away with your once younger enthusiasm and being bone tired. You know, lots of people probably have as much to say about me and I will not wait for them to talk to me to make it in my own life and probably beat them in the end overall. I know you wanna be the pillar for others because I mean you can still get all the dirt in feeling good. I mean it in a good way, that word, "dirt."
Lots of people love your show. I hope nothing suggestive happens and you end up off air and retired in an insulting way. You do seem upset sometimes, and I wanted you to be a happy person in life. I am sorry for all the damage that has been done. I don't know what all goes on in your perfect world, but my blogging and writing is getting much better in ways and posting elsewhere online. I have conquered lots. I only hope I am approved of. I have people who know you or about sending me insulting suggestions I guess I should deal with. I do post about the problems I have sometimes but not all times. Some things I just keep going and see what's at the end or I forget. Just keep eating more Italian ice.
On a lighter note, I am happy for and every day look up Chloe Sevigny, a 40-year-old actress from the Northeast..
Well, thanks for this note. I'll retreat to my blogging and my life.
Sincerely,Christina Ann J Barrett
Why don't you live there, now? I live in Orlando.
This episode takes the cake. Jonah Hill was amazing.
Ellen, how'd it go with that man at the end, was that her dad? I just noticed he stuck out.
I loved the Indian boy, as well as his mother and family. The other girl was so sweet, sounds like a sincere follower to me.
Aw, at least I picked you, .. this time. ^66^ Don't worry, I'm a sensation! Or will be.
I see the people on here are being annoying. I didn't have a good time watching this show. I was upset at the mean secret messages.. You kept making me feel guilty. What I actually did without being provoked to have a snap reaction I don't know.
As I flipped up I saw Ellen looking like she fit in with a big news man. She didn't really have to do that, she just felt like a baby to him. She pretended.
I just didn't appreciate myself feeling as though I was vicious.
The men were nice. The 2nd 1 seemed like a fun guy. The 1st seemed pretty popular.
Happy V Day everyone!
My observation today was that kids today are defiant like I've felt about things like getting in trouble and blame it on "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," though it's actually my favorite movie. I feel I've gotten over it alot, as planned. I don't know what exactly I wanted to say, but I notice that like people feel uncomfortable around people born in the late 1950s and early 1960...s. For people who are born in 1965 I mean they're like a sister or brother. I have a feeling people born in 1970 are very different. It must be that my dad is older than my mom that I've lived with the controversy that others feel that I have to remember I'm not really from Generation Late Boom completely, but I don't see why I should be told to be unhappy about anything.
I just feel this show was a lot about this. It's the vibe you get. I've tried to talk about race a lot, but it looks like generation is another thing.
I honestly am not as rude as the kids on your show and not as weird as the older ones. I can get mad when posting like at least 10,000 words a day, but it isn't actually my main feature. Sometimes, I do snap, but I try to just do what I want and not get upset these days. However, that includes forgetting that generation issues exist. I might be getting old myself. I mean like too old to be a kid.
I really want to know where I stand on the rude meter. Say, you acted like I was a joke at 1 point. I'd probably just laugh and think about how lots of people find it in them to think that actually. If you did that before, I'd be upset that I'm suddenly just like everyone else, but that's a personal problem.
I enjoyed the monster truck girl from Cali. Just a nice girl. Would like to know her as a friend. I do follow people on Twitter who were on your show. I put it on my List. The African American guy was sweet. He seemed a bit tense but still. The girl from Miami was nice. It's interesting people who have not lived in a diverse area like out in the plains in like Minnesota I guess.. You know other than my love for any place as would anyone, I have a desire to move to Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale, getting a mansion in Miami and also going to Key West. My dad wants to live in KW, but that's hard for me to imagine. I might be a Fort Lauderdale girl, you know? I never went out in Florida for fun, but that's my dream. Yes, I've lived there, but it was a real place, wasn't always about the beach. I may be telling stories and exaggerating, but it just seemed like a -other than me being controlled as a toddler- like big and dramatic with dreams, sorta classical, like you'd imagine when let me say Karen Carpenter was alive in 1982. I think that makes me nourished, but I know people made a mistake and took the new kids that were born by the hand for the rest of this time. It seemed like a nice place, but I was sick or something.. I guess I was happiest when I was 4 and my brother was about to be born. He was cute. However, my life seemed ruined since, I got in trouble for little things. I used to be perfect, but I was really mad how I looked and thought it was my mom's fault. I grew up, and things were for everyone else, but I came outta that shell.
Well, nice show! =] It brings back so much. I mean I was talking about what your show made me think of. :/ :/
Ellen it hit me that you are nice to older young adults, like 30+. I feel that with my generation you have embodied yourself in the sassiness that it is, wherein you have to do something the other person doesn't like as an offense of some sort and then see if that person is mad. It's not so much that I am mad in the sequential game but that it seems like a losing battle. I just find it funny, and it is something I seem to take out on others, if you will remember that terminology. There are many terms of that nature. People don't believe that others take things out on others anymore. Fans of Ellen are pretty nice, though. ^66^ I already decided I don't want to just be a kid to an adult born up to 1950. I really like people born around 1960....... I feel that at my age it's either I'm a good age to be their kid or there's no even sisterly relation, if you will. If they are all hooked in the age and you watch for them feeling that and feeling sorry, I just don't get why that's even important! -LOL I am curious as to why adults like to be like the mean kids my age who will never talk anything out and will not have a relationship. I'm stuck with nothing to do, was not accepted as an actress. I just stay with my parents and like go to Disney, the movies, the mall. I am excited about college or working and losing weight, though I get hungry. I don't even know what too thin is since I moved as a preteen. I think people selfishly want me to be stuffed up to a good mood in order to speak to me. I've tried to communicate online as friends, but they are too flippantly mean.. I hope this relates to your show, it's a feeling I've gotten. 1 thing I tossed out was the fantasy that I'm no good for someone born around 1960....... I am upset that since Tim Burton people have to be seen as bad, and younger people just have to say 1 thing and are given everything, no sassing about their attitude and boring things that come up by accident.
Well, nice episode. I said this cuz it seems that's how your show works and I wanted to know and wish someone would talk to me. Well, have a good day|night, anyone! Oh, and I do miss the Facebook part. I think it was getting too casual and she dropped it or maybe has select days..
I dunno the strenth of this episode, but it seemed just to flow.
Well, you certainly have strong feelings about protocols.
My mom says I am only bound to take medicine if I live with her. She can't stop me otherwise, anyway. My psychiatrist said to find another psychiatrist if I wanna get off the medicine, but I really like him. He's a small Indian guy.
I know you all are on default to say take meds but that you can't force us by law..
I hope she gets back with you! You sound like a nice person.