Day 159


Do yourself justice by doing something you have always wanted to do.Priya Sher

It’s 10: 59 PM on day 159 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to brush my teeth, tweet about my Clean Water For All Campaign for a few hours – no luck today –  feed  myself Ullundhu vade [pronounced vah-daa] – a savory fritter-type snack served in South India and chutney  – for brunch, edit the questionnaire I’m using for my book and send it to my friends in Australia and South Africa   for them to fill out (if you have no idea what talking about refer to Day 153) – watched 30+ YouTube videos –some of the kids on there would put more recognized artists to shame 🙂 –  watched TV  and feed myself left-overs from brunch   for dinner and exercise for 5 minutes.

You may know that the two greatest passions in my life are writing and giving and for the longest time I’ve been trying to come up with ways in which I could combine the two so last week I launched YouTube’s Got Talent only nobody submitted their videos but me being me I decided to go to the talent if the talent refused to come to me and this is what I came up with:   

10 Most Talented YouTubers

Hey Guysss! (:

We’re Megan & Liz! We’re 18 years old and we LOVE to sing! Megan has been playing the guitar for about 5 years. We are, indeed, TWINS! Megan is older by one minute. (:

My name is Tiffany and I am 18 (Dec, 11th 1992). I write my own songs, play the guitar and piano, and I love to sing. I also love to act.

Boyce Avenue is a Puerto Rican-American acoustic rock band. It was formed in Sarasota, Florida by brothers Alejandro, Daniel and Fabian Manzano. The band is named after a combination of two streets the brothers lived on as children.

I’m Emily. I’m 16 and I write songs and sing! 

Christina Grimmie: As you can probably tell I love singing, writing songs, writing music and I play piano and a little drums & guitar!

The final performance from George Sampson (the 14 year old break dancer) after he won Britains Got Talent 2008.

Little child dancers perform an amazing routine. This will knock your socks off!

Short film titled Danger Zone directed by  Zach Lipovsky

Short film titled Check Out directed by  Shira-Lee Shalit

Iraq’s youngest photographer was born in the same year his country was invaded by the United States.  But the young man known as the boy wonder refuses to take any pictures of the violence that surrounds him. 

Please share this post with everyone you know and leave comments. I LOVE to hear from you 🙂

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5 responses to “Day 159

  1. I wish you lots of luck with your campaign for clean water.

    Love

    Priya

  2. Youtube really does show you, that there is soo much talent left unfound in the world, and it really helps install hope to everyone who persuse a hobby or a talent.
    Thanks for the post, nice bit of music on a monday morning never goes a hurt either 🙂
    Keep up the great blogging
    Karl x

  3. Pingback: Day 222 | Adventures of me

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