My first Super of the Day, Olive Hui, really is a Hero for every day. So what makes her Super?
Who is Olive Hui, a.k.a. Pineapple O
She is the creator of New York Real, an actress, artist, musician, content creator, student and warrior of life, and human. She’s been an inspiration and good friend to me for years. I think I met her through acting, and we connected instantly as if our souls had known eachother from previous lives. Right away when I met her, talking and connecting, I knew she was a super caring and thoughtful individual that experienced life deeply. Since we met, I’ve always known Olive as someone who constantly was learning new things and discovering how she could put them to use in her life. She would see something that inspired her, and she would investigate and inquire, always experiencing and connecting with new people to learn from. She would take what she’s learned and make it a part of who she was, and set out to learn more. Continue reading Olive Hui a.k.a. Pineapple O [Super of the Day]
I need a super hero. I want Superman back.
Of late, I’ve been really feeling that I need more hope and inspiration in my life. Hope in humanity and in my dreams. I KNOW there is hope in humanity, I see it once in a while, but I can’t even watch the news anymore, it’s so depressing. Even our super heroes have gotten too dark. I feel like I’ve gotten to a place in my life that I thought I’d never be, a place where maybe I’ll have to accept that the dreams I’ve grown up pursuing will not come true. I’m very grateful for all I have, I’ve VERY lucky, but I have always told myself that I’d rather die than be depressed without any hope for my dreams, to live only to survive. In my mind, there was no other outcome, no alternative. Continue reading The ‘Super For The Soul’ Project [SFTS 1]
This week I’m talking out of my ass about Lady and the Tramp. I saw this when I was really little. I think I actually saw it projected from a projector.
Vault Disney #15: Lady and the Tramp
The following are notes as I barely watched the film, and now adding in some annotations. Missing the of whole point watching it YAY! This in a way is an exercise in writing. Bad writing, or just writing for the sake of writing for yourself without being judgmental. If you actually want a post about this film that’s constructed with thought and provides a review of value (here’s that self-judgement), you should read Jaysen Headley’s post on Lady and the Tramp! Continue reading Lady and the Tramp [Jaysen Headley’s Vault Disney #15 Companion]