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Hello there! This is Elena hacking Brianna’s blog.

Have a supercalifragalisticexpialadocious day today. 🙂


Posted on: November 10, 2011

So many people are looking at this blog, but I only update my new one, so please check it out!!!!

I promise you won’t regret it 🙂


Posted on: September 19, 2011

Thank you to all who participated in Love is Louder yesterday! It was an amazing turn out! All together, worldwide, there were over 6,000 people who wrote it on their wrist yesterday! That is amazing! I know we can spread the love to more people! September 30 is the one year anniversary of the organization and we are planning to do it again on that day! Let’s get this critical message to more people than before :)

I have been upgraded from “best friend” to “besteristestistest buddy” by Daniel. I feel special 🙂

So not everyone knows me well enough to know my story. This is the story of me 🙂 I was born on March 21, 1995 in Tucson, Arizona. Even the early years, I showed signs of being a star. I would dress up in my mom’s old dresses and dance and sing around the house. I would always want to be in the spotlight. My parents would always video tape me and watch my little shows. Yes, I was a star in their eyes.

In elementary school, I always wanted to be the star of the musicals. I never thought of it as more than for fun. But that all changed in 4th grade. I changed school because we moved out to Rita Ranch. I was bullied and teased for performing. I was called “fat” and “ugly” and “untalented.” It brought my confidence level down and I never wanted to do any performances or be the star. I was scared of what people might say. I started to be fearful of performing and standing up to do what I once loved.

Middle school was no different. I really wanted to be performing with the drama club but I was so fearful of what people might say. Than in 8th grade, I felt like I really wanted to be on that stage with all my friends. They encouraged me to pursue what I should be doing. So I did the musical and I had so much fun doing that. It was pure joy. But people still bullied and teased me. So I got fearful again.

High school, that’s when I realized that everybody hurts. Everyone is going to have rough times in their life. All that mattered was I had friends that cared and listened to me. They knew that I had the talent. Look at me now! I’m going to Nashville to record my demo. I’m gonna be a star and I’m not gonna let people stand in my way. They can try to tear me down, but I’m not gonna let them get to me. They don’t matter. Love is louder than anyone that brings you down. Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game. I’m not the prettiest, the skinniest, or the most talented girl out there, I’m just me. I’m not changing. I will stay me. The story of me will be famous one.

Look for my album and show it to the people that brought me down, because they didn’t.

The story of me doesn’t look like a tragedy now 🙂