Monday, January 3, 2011

Seeing and Songwriting


Let me just say I love this concept-- "It's not about how you look, it's about how you see." It could be viewed as something about looks but I think it's really about how you "look" and "see." Different mindsets. I think seeing is non-judgmental, open, and about finding the beauty in everything. There are people out there that just don't get it, and never will. I without a doubt stray from time to time. But I love viewing the world with my own imaginary pair of glasses. It's all about love :)



I am no Taylor Swift. Look at that girl!
It's not about the award, it's about the music.

I'm sick of writing "songs" on post-its. They're not even songs. Honestly, I write a lot of great lyrics and poems, but it's really difficult for me to put together a song. It's hard for me at this time because I am still figuring my life out. I don't really have one passion. If this is my talent, I'm so disorganized. I don't know how Taylor Swift does it. I met her a few months before Fearless came out. Amazing. It's really hard for me to write fiction (even though it has happened before) so I don't really share a lot. :(

xoxo lisa marie

18 comments:

  1. I LOVE this concept! This would be something so great to put up on a wall! ohhh and I heart Taylor as well. Good luck with writing songs--just be patient, the perfect moment will come for you!

    <3 kristen
    www.krisandkel.com

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  2. First I just stumbled here and I love your blog.
    Very inspiring and probably one of my favorites!

    I'll be following!
    Have a great new year

    xoxo -erinj0

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  3. I super love Taylor Swift!! I think it's amazing that she writes all of her own songs!

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  4. Love that owl and its message! So cute.

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  5. I think everyone feels like that sometimes, it's hard to 'hone in ' on your craft, even when you are older. I'm excited to see where your 'disorganization' takes you..but trust me, we all feel like that! :)

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  6. I really love that quote and the owl concept, it is so true! And I love Taylor Swift, she is beautiful, talented, and not afraid to express who she really is!

    Cute blog!
    xoxo
    Petchie

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  7. Don't worry about what you want to be, it's not worth it. If something appeals to you or you have a talent in an area, just go with it. You can't go wrong.

    Love your blog <3

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  8. hey girl, i gave you an award on my blog :)

    http://beingbrynn.blogspot.com

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  9. i definatley agree, with this concept! and lots of people will never realize it! thats awesome you write songs! keep it up your come up with somethings great! super cute blog.!!

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  10. funny - i was just thinking about this concept yesterday because I read about this -http://apeculiarsprezzatura.tumblr.com/post/1240610616/washington-dc-metro-station-on-a-cold-january. It's not about how you look, it's about how you see. Ha, thanks for this post. Oh and just sayin, even though i don't know you, you do have a passion. You just have to discover it. :)

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  11. Oh my goodness, I love that owl and the message!

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  12. I like Taylor Swift, thanks for sharing.

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  13. Love your blog! Thanks for stopping by mine! I can't wait to read more from you!

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  14. This is such a beautiful and heart warming message. So glad you shared it!

    I adore your blog, it's so pretty and warm , i look forward to reading more... :)


    P.s. I'm pretty new to this whole blogging thing and was just wondering if you had a spare moment could yo take a look at my blog? Love it or detest it-any comment from from a pro like you would be really appreciated!
    Thanks! x

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  15. Thanks for sharing, nice blog...
    Im the newest follower to your blog, hope to see you on my page too...
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  16. oh what a cute owl! ;) like!!

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  17. love the owl and the post. never heard it put into words like this, but I fully agree with this 'concept'!

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