Assumo: tenho medo de te esquecer. Tenho medo de estar conversando em uma roda de amigos, rir tanto de uma piada e esquecer de decorá-la para lhe contar em um dia que eu te ver. Tenho medo de entre tantos cheiros que se fixam em minha pele nos finais de semana, esquecer do cheiro forte do seu perfume, que sempre ficou mais tempo na minha cama do que você. Tenho medo de acabar gostando de um toque diferente do seu, porque o seu eu já não sinto há muito tempo. Tenho medo de te superar e não ter mais sobre o que sofrer, escrever ou falar. Você é aquela ferida que eu mexo sempre que esqueço como é sentir dor, afinal, dor foi tudo que você deixou quando partiu, a única prova que eu tenho de que tudo que aconteceu entre nós foi real e não um mero delírio da minha mente conturbada. Tenho medo de me acostumar com a sua ausência e de, finalmente, preencher o espaço que era teu com coisas banais. Tenho medo de me deixar levar por prazeres momentâneos e não mais acreditar no amor por tua causa. Eu não me entendo, sabe?! Eu simplesmente não deixo você ir porque eu preciso de você e desse sentimento, nem que seja para martirizar-me às três horas de uma madrugada fria. E, convenhamos, isso não é futuro pra ninguém. Tenho medo de te esquecer, e esse é só um dos meus tantos medos quando o assunto é você. Já vi que vou ter que me obrigar a me tornar uma pessoa corajosa e te deixar de lado de uma vez por todas, querendo ou não.
In Pennsylvania, homeschooled students meeting the same eligibility criteria as public school students may participate in
extracurricular activities at their public school district of residence. Such activities may include, but are not
limited to, clubs, musical ensembles, athletics, and theatrical productions. So they most likely could do all those things if they so chose. -kelly
Didn’t Jack brainwash his mother into keeping him? Isn’t Jack ultimately responsible for the death of his own mother? So how is Jack innocent anyway?
This whole Kelly situation –the more I think about it, more it grosses me out. I mean, the show presented and used Kelly as a literal broodmare, what’s with her entire purpose being to birth Lucifer’s son. The whole arc was misogynistic (truly, not like Charlie’s death)and horrible no matter how you slice it, but hey, I don’t see many fans protesting over Kelly’s fate. In fact, I don’t even think many fans remember her anymore.
Kelly Clarkson is happy in the skin she’s in—but that wasn’t always the case.
Clarkson became an overnight sensation after winning the first season of American Idol 15 years ago. But, as her sophomore album, 2004’s Breakaway took off, Clarkson was put under immense pressure to lose weight and look as “skinny” as her peers. The “Since U Been Gone” singer, who battled bulimia in high school, knew she was fighting a losing battle. “When I was really skinny, I wanted to kill myself. I was miserable, like inside and out, for four years of my life,” she says in Attitude magazine. “But no one cared, because aesthetically you make sense.”
Clarkson, who was signed to Clive Davis’ RCA Records at the time, calls it a “very dark time” in her career. “I thought the only way out was quitting. I, like, wrecked my knees and my feet, because all I would do is put in headphones and run,” she says. “I was at the gym all the time.”
The singer realized she needed to regain control of her life—and her career. She famously fought with Davis over the songs featured on her third album, 2007’s My December, and she later fired her manager, Jeff Kwatinetz. “There’s a song on My December called ‘Sober.’ There’s this line—'picked the weeds but kept the flowers'—and I just live my life by that, because you are who you surround yourself with. I was around some really negative people, and I got out of it because I had a lot of great people there, too,” says Clarkson, who signed a deal with Atlantic Records last spring. “It was a case of turning around, facing them and walking toward the light.”
These days, Clarkson would rather talk about her new music than her appearance. (Her eighth album, Meaning of Life, is out Oct. 27). “I don’t obsess about my weight, which is probably one of the reasons why other people have such a problem with it. There are just some people who are born skinny and with a great metabolism–that is not me,” Clarkson told Redbook two years ago. “I wish I had a better metabolism. But someone else probably wishes they could walk into a room and make friends with everyone like I can. You always want what someone else has.”