‘ … a person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection, typically exclusive of sexual or family relations … ‘
~TIME TO VENT ON WORDPRESS~
It’s typical of Hispanic friends to stick together through ‘thick and thin’, we stand up for each other, we defend each other. Boricuas stick with Boricuas and Mexicans, Colombians and any others who speak Spanish.
Since when do we let ‘Americans‘ (relatively new to the group) get in the way of a friendship that began more than 6 years ago? Since when to we let these same ‘Americans‘ get in the way of a friendship that started even less than 6 months ago?
Seems to me this is happening right now as I write this post. I’ve realized my current reality … those who appeared for a ‘reason‘, I’ve learned my lesson. Those who appeared for a ‘season‘, your time is up. Those who appeared for a ‘lifetime‘ will remain so til I leave this earth.
I will not play the game typical of teens … we are ALL older than that. I’ve figured exactly what to do. Stop the ‘world’, I’m getting off!
Not playing that game anymore.
You are not worth my time, my effort, my feelings. I can truthfully say: I am done!!
James Corden takes his theater company across The English Channel to Paris for a very special edition of Crosswalk the Musical. James and the gang grab their flags for a performance of Les Misérables set in an actual crosswalk with the iconic Arc de Triomphe as their backdrop.
James Corden’s Crosswalk ‘Les Miserables’ In Paris Is Revolutionary
The ‘Late, Late Show’ host really got into his role as the doomed Fantine. Let no one question James Corden’s commitment to his craft. Mounting a ‘Crosswalk the Musical’ version of “Les Miserables” – in Paris, no less – for his show. He brilliantly sand ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ and stopped traffic in a hair-chopping scene.