Today’s post was inspired by a Yahoo article I saw about Pink and her very sweet gesture recently (explained more below). It doesn’t really have anything at all to do with personal finance, so feel free to tune in tomorrow for money stuff, lol. Today is just me bragging on my girl, Pink.
Okay, so I hate to admit it but I’m not really into music…yeah, I know. Everyone has 1000 songs on their iPods. Sorry, I have whatever my hubby loads on there for me. But I do have some general favorites – Queen, Lindsey Stirling, and Pink are on the top of my list. But let me tell you why Pink is my absolute favorite color…
Okay, so I know Pink may not be every person’s cup of tea, but her songs make me want to dance. Have you heard “Get This Party Started”? It’s just so bouncy! Makes me jump up and down and sing (badly). I also can’t keep myself quiet when “So What” pops up on Pandora. I just belt it out! Both of these could complete any chick’s work out mix. Anybody who can make me boogie should get extra credit, lol.
Example of Good Character
I don’t really care for concerts since I’m short and everybody inevitably stands up and blocks my view, but I may visit this site for Pink tickets just to see the spectacle. Apparently, it’s like a acrobatic performance and rock concert all rolled into one. Plus, did you hear that Pink stopped her show to make a little girl feel better? Yep, a little girl was upset by a fight that happened near her group, and Pink noticed her crying. She stopped the show, chided the fighters, and gave the little girl a cute toy and Rice Krispy treat to make her feel better. How awesome is that?
I think that we make the famous into role models, so it is important that they are worth imitating. That said, what’s better than showing that you can be a star and care for others at the same time? It may be my general optimism, but I think people in general don’t suck. It’s just nice when stories like this don’t make me wrong. So thank you, Pink, for being a nice lady.
Who’s your favorite singer? Or group?