Talk About Three Celebrity Crushes
This one is tough because I never think I ever had a celebrity crush… unless fictional animated characters are a thing… no… I’m going to change this question to:
Talk About Three Celebrities You Would Want To Meet
This question is easier, just because there are three people I want to meet. Their level of fame varies but they are celebrities all the same.
This woman was one of my role models when I was growing up. Suffering from depression, Diana decided to fight against it and become the centre point of many charities. She was why I fell in love with charity work, and really the first British person I loved before Doctor
Tragically she passed away, and that was probably the first time I ever cried over someone I didn’t know. I remember watching the announcement about the car crash. I was really young but it was vivid enough for me to remember sitting with my knees in my chest clutching to my bunny bear watching British people talk about how tragic it was.
I know I would never be able to sit down with her to share a meal and discuss charity work and family, but she would be the number one person on my list anyways.
Some of you may be surprised to hear there one, other’s who have followed my blog for a while KNOW my obsession with Mr. Billy S.
I actually should mention that it was one teacher of mine in elementary school that helped me fall in love with Shakespeare. It was her passion and love for his plays and sonnets that transferred to me. It was thanks to her that I memorized most of Romeo and Juliet.
He is the master of the written word, and father to many of the words of the English language. He is a theatre buff and lived during a time that – asides from the black death – is a place I would want to travel back and see for its history.
Another dead celebrity but still a celebrity.
This man is my favourite author and if I could have just five minutes to tell him that to his face my life would be fulfilled.
The first book I read by him was during a literature theory class in grade 12. It is probably his best known work Tuesdays With Morrie. This was the first book that broke me down to
tears. Although you know from the beginning that Morrie is going to die – after all the book is a memoir for the man – you still feel like a part of you is lost with the loss of Morrie.
I knew after reading that book I had to read the rest of Albom’s works. I don’t usually collect books – asides from certain series – but Albom’s works are among my favourite. The way he encapsulates mortality and humanity into his pieces are just jaw dropping.
Like I said above, if I could have just five minutes with him my life would be complete. If I could sit down and talk to him about his process I think I’d just die right there on the spot.