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Demi Moore replaced by Sarah Jessica Parker replaced by…..

27 Jan

Demi moore anorexic or drugs or exhaustionGotta say I get sick of writing about this crap. But its never ending.

Ok so Demi collapses. Big surprise seeing that she is a skeleton (not attractive). I can’t help but feel so sad for her. She just looks so damn sad. Thin as a rail, rumors of prescription drugs on top of it, and just —a lost soul. A lost soul with the whole world stalking her.

There’s no reason in the world for Demi to be lost. She’s got “it all.” Is it only me who finds it ironic that she had to drop out of a film in which she would be Gloria┬áSteinem? 49 and beside herself. If she is beside herself, what hope is there for us?

So SJP swoops in to save the day. Is she any better? I hope so. I really hope so, she’s a mom for godsake (but so is Demi and that’s not stopping her self pity).

I’m 42 and I see the games aging plays. I’m not going to pretend its easy. But it’s just a facade. Why can’t we see beyond this life?

Trust me I pray, and I pray that I will beat it. I won’t be one of those pathetic stretched faced broads carrying on like a frozen alien face is normal. I’ll just deal with the natural path of things. I’ll use night cream from ALDI. I’ll say wise things. I’ll be happy, and smart, and content. I won’t think about how people are saying “she’s aging well.” I’ll blow off all that crap and live life, fingers crossed.

One thing is for sure. I don’t want to look like Demi — she is the picture of fear to me. Fear of life, fear of time, fear of just everything. And she is stuck, she’s got no choice but to live it, so pop some pills and forget about it all….

But you know, you gotta wake up in the morning. You’ve got to put one foot in front of the other just like the rest of us, and God’s got a plan for you. There’s a purpose. And that purpose is not sitting around worrying that the big 30, or 40, or 50, 0r 60, or 70 is around the corner.

That’s enough depressing talk for the evening.

Good night and good luck -

mv XOXO

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This one is for Leah. We remember kid. You still inspire me.

 

 

 

6 Responses to “Demi Moore replaced by Sarah Jessica Parker replaced by…..”

  1. Alex 30. Jan, 2012 at 3:36 pm #

    Hey MamaV,

    I definitely agree with you about aging gracefully and naturally…I believe that over the years, youth has become just another beauty product that the media sell in order to keep women feeling inadequate for a lifetime. The sooner girls and young women stop buying into the corporate beauty myth, the more likely they are to grow into confident, mature women.

    However, I don’t agree with labelling Demi Moore as unattractive. I believe there needs to be an important distinction between unattractive and unhealthy. To try and illustrate my point, if post-divorce Demi were to fall into binge eating patterns and say, put on 20-30 pounds, would she still be unattractive in your eyes, considering her current mental state? Whether the answer is yes or no, I don’t believe it’s fair to juxtapose the words “skeletal” and “unattractive”, just as it wouldn’t be fair to replace skeletal with “curvy” or “fat” in that scenario. In order to grow as a society, I think we have to do our part in separating body size/shape with our judgments of attractiveness.

    Just my two cents. :) Awesome write-up, it really made me think!

  2. jenna 30. Jan, 2012 at 11:52 pm #

    self-pity? where did you get that from? I just don’t see any point in kicking a person when she’s down, labeling her as unattractive, self-pitying, the picture of fear. I wouldn’t claim to know to know details about her life, but the woman’s marriage just broke up. Who are you to judge if she “has it all” and has “no reason” for her feelings. This post is awful and it says more about you than it does about Demi Moore.

    • Mark 25. Oct, 2012 at 6:17 am #

      Omg you are just crazy, she just give her point of view wich is correct! Everybody sees her exactly like that, so do not come here taking thing that are not real please. It was an awesome post. It makes us see the cruel true and the reality. People just hate hearing the truth!

  3. -Jen- 06. Feb, 2012 at 6:54 pm #

    Thank you so much for remembering Leah. I hope she is never forgotten…

  4. anonymous 06. Feb, 2012 at 10:57 pm #

    I agree as well. These comments are ignorant. Celebrities are human and not immune to pain and suffering. You had empathy for Amy Winehouse but not for Demi?

    What do you really know about her? At the end of the day, how do you know what she feels? What she’s been through?

    I suppose that everyone should just have a cushy life like you…live in the Mid-west where you are perfect with the perfect family. Do you have any idea how you sound sometimes? My guess is no. But you should do some deep seeded thinking about it

  5. Debbra Singleterry 07. Oct, 2012 at 11:31 am #

    i really like sarah jessica parker because she is very beautiful and she has that unique beauty that every man adores. .*:**

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