Dancing in school *tick*

Hey guys! Hope you are great. I wanted to post something about my life since lately I’ve just been posting Talk About-Thursday and awards (ima do two later btw).
Well, you may know that tomorrow is International Children’s day. In my school we always make a huge celebration, a bit different.
We are 7th, 8th and 9th graders, not really child xD. So, my school created the Student’s day (at least, I think they did), where a DJ comes and there are games.
Now, time for a flashblack:
Last year, when I was a 7th grader, the party started. And everyone started dancing, everyone but me. Yep. I felt awkward. I mean, everyone was dancing, everyone was having fun, everything was awesome, and me sitting alone. Watching everything. My friends invited me to dance, but I didn’t want to. I just didn’t want to dance. And you know what? I ended up with regrets. Yep.
I felt really bad. Not because I rejected the invitation, but because I didn’t have fun. Like, I felt like I would be like that for the rest of my life.
So, the next 364 days I asked my mom to teach me how to dance. In every party we would go, she would teach me how to dance. And it wad worthy. Worthy indeed.
Because yesterday the DJ arrived again. But this time, I was ready.

Oh! Also, my teacher, who wouldn’t stop telling me I had to dance with her, was my first dancing pair, and I did it great (think so, hope so xD). I danced with other friends too, and had fun. And I felt great. And I thank my mom for teaching me 😋.
What do I want to tell you with this?

If live turns its back to you, touch its little butt

Haha, but seriously, if the chance appears, take it. Don’t make decisions you will regreat later. Enjoy every day, every hour, every minute of your life, and make yesterday get jealous of today. Goodbye peeps! 👋👋👋

The sky is the start line.
~Antonio

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Good friday everybody!!

Good afternoon (and evening for those with different timezone [and night too maybe])!! I hope your friday has been great so far.

I’m really sorry for not posting my Talk About-Thursday yesterday. My phone died, and the battery charger was lost =~= . Fortunately, I found it at night tho.

What are your plans for this weekend? Gonna watch Captain America: Civil War? Or just hang around with your friends? Whatever you do, do it great, and make yesterday get jealous of today.

Here is a drawing of Sherlock I made last week. Enjoy!

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The sky is the start line.
~Antonio

I win!!!! TMM#9

This is the continuation of Talk About-Thursday. Click here to check the last issue–

Well, looks like I won!! Haha!!! After 4 days, but still worth it.

To be honest, all the Pixar movies are basically predictable. Want to know why? The answer is the same answer to why Pixar movies are successful, beginning with Monsters Inc.:

The first reaction test audiences had to “Monsters, Inc.” wasn’t the bottomless sense of wonder drummed up by most Pixar movies: It was boredom.

“I thought, Oh, a film about monsters who scare kids for a living. That hook should be enough to make people engaged,” director Pete Docter told Tech Insider. “After about fifteen minutes, people began checking their watches and asking what is this movie about.”

And so it was back to the drawing board. Docter, a Pixar veteran since 1989, had long been wrapped up in his work at the upstart California animation studio. His life took a sharp turn around this time, however, when he had his first child. As he found himself focusing on something other than work, he recognised a vital parallel in his movie.

“I knew I still wanted to do work and that was very important, but I wanted to be with my son, so that really became the heart of what that film is about,” Docter said.

“Monster’s, Inc.” (2001) became the story of Sulley, the king of scares in a corporation of monsters, discovering his softer side as he’s forced to protect a girl named Boo.

The director points to this as the change that saved the movie — and the final product was good enough to collect high box office sales and an impressive 96% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

That deep emotional core, often based on real life, is present in Pixar movies ranging from “Toy Story” (1995) to “Inside Out” (2015). It is what makes the movies so engaging for all ages — and what allows them to tackle such complex and adult concepts as loss, sadness, and compassion.

Look, every Pixar movie has a different perspective of life through the eyes of cars, toys, bugs, etc. Marlin, worrying about Nemo, Sulley worrying about Boo. The perspective of a father and mother watching their children grow. Isn’t that awesome? This is why they are successful.

So, next time you are having an argument with a person who thinks Pixar stinks, just tell them what I’ve just told you.

Want to know more about Pixar and its deeper meaning? Click here.

Every Pixar Movie Ever TAT#31

If you didn’t cry watching Inside-Out, is because Joy doesn’t exist in your brain.

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PIXAR!!!!!
Who doesn’t love Pixar movies? Who doesn’t enjoy watching the amazing animation Pixar has made? Who doesn’t–
–Warner Bros is better
…screw you.

Pixar movies. Think, think about them, hold the idea, there… better. Come here, here, closer. Come here, here, here:

Don’t you think they are predictable?

I mean, come on, this is why we are talking about Pixar movies right now. Just, check out this list I made (yayyyyyy) about them:

Every Pixar Movie Ever:
1) The movie introduces you to the typical main character…
2) …who is: a) leader of the group or b) the awkward guy/girl who wants to reach something in life
3) Soon, the main character will meet an odd character who will change the way he/she sees life
4) They’ll have adventures together that will change them!!!
5) Later, the main character will learn that a) he/she doesn’t have tl worry about being the leader or b) he/she has the power to reach his/her dreams
6) But a problem shows up, and it’s time to decide if he/she has to keep his/her old life, or start a new one. This involves saving the odd character too
7) This is the part when everyone starts crying. Moments of silence ):
8) But the main character has made the right decision! And so, everything gets better.
9) In the ending, everything is “days later…” and shows everyone happier than before, and the main character and odd character as besties (or maybe something else…)

If you tell me a movie which doesn’t have everything I mentioned before, you’ll earn a shoutout.

Well that’s all guys for today! Thanks for liking and leaving your thoughts below in the comments! Don’t forget to check Tell Me More later, where, if someone finds a Pixar movie without everything I mentioned before, the shoutout will appear and also the story of the movie, and why I’m wrong. Okay? I’ll wait for your comments!!!

The sky is the start line.
~Antonio

Be Grateful

This tuesday turned out to be great!! Be grateful 🙂 have a nice day peeps!

Life of an El Paso Woman

quote-i-am-the-master-of-my-fate-and-the-captain-of-my-destiny-nelson-mandelaHi everyone! I hope your Tuesday is going well! I recently received this email from The Secret book. I’m still going through a hard time with life right now but this little email made me happy for a little while. I wanted to share it with you. Whenever I have doubts, I always enjoy going to The Secret web site. The stories people submit give me a little burst of energy and optimism. If you aren’t familiar with The Secret, I highly recommend the book, movie and web site. Here’s what was e-mailed to me below:

Today, be grateful. Be grateful for your favorite music, for movies that make you feel good, for your phone that connects you with people, for your computer, and for the electricity that lights up your life. Be grateful for air travel that flies you everywhere. Be grateful for the roads and traffic lights…

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Hypocrite people, who are you really?

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Anyone who has met hypocrite people?

There are lots, lots of fake people out there, wanting you to trust them, showing you their best fake face.

You can hang out with them, maybe even believe you are friends with them, but one day they reveal how they really are.

Have you ever passed through this kind of situation? If you have, leave them alone. Fighting with them will just increase the problem, and you’ll make them feel better. And if you haven’t, be careful, but also, don’t be one of them.

Never be hypocrite.

Sorry for this post, but something happened the other day with a “friend”, and I’m just mad.

The sky is the start line.
~Antonio