While watching Phineas and Ferb in the mornings (as we typically do—GASP!), there is an occasional music video from the current teeny-teens that are prevalent on the Disney Channel. There's one song that I've heard a couple of times, now, and it's the song, "Ordinary Girl," by Hannah Montana (Miley Cyrus).
Every time I hear it, I can't help but think, "So . . . famous girls want to be 'ordinary,' and ordinary girls want to be 'famous.' Hmm."
Isn't that how it is?
I don't know many girls that are between Miley's age (young) and mine (old) that are okay with what/who they are right in the 'now.' They all seem to be putting their weight on the person they plan to be (that's going to make a difference one day, by golly), and in the meantime, the person they are falls by the wayside.
Stop it, girls.
That is all.