…last night, somehow I was roped into going to see the Hannah Montana 3D Best of Both Worlds Concert (coming to a theatre near you soon) at our local theatre. I say “roped” because I suffered through in a fevered state, somewhat delirious (or so I claim I was because I seemed to honestly enjoy the show 🙂 ). Magically the theatre was quiet minus my very exceptional little seven year old beautiful girl who sat next to me mouthing and singing @ times the lyrics to all Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus songs. My kids amuses/amazes/astounds me (even when she said “WOO!” about Billy Ray Cyrus being in the movie, she is totally enamored of him). So in fact, Hannah Montana 3D concert IS captivating enough for this jaded mom who is mostly skeptical of most things.
I actually learned some things from the young Miley Cyrus that are important life lessons for ALL of us:
â€¢ Family is the most important thing we have
â€¢ Being a rockstar, while fun, isn’t the end all be all, sometimes it’s awesome to just be
â€¢ Fourteen years old NOW is much different than fourteen years old was circa the mid 1980’s 😀
â€¢ You can only wear sequins and sparkles during a certain part of your everyday life and get away with it. After a certain age, well you just look like a Las Vegas showgirl
â€¢ I still think I should learn to play the guitar
â€¢ I need to sign my little rockstar up for lessons still
â€¢ I really long for the days when I wore knee high socks and short skirts just for fun (I really did actually, remember when Mary Jane’s made an early 1990’s appearance…well I adored that look)
So…on the basis of looks. Check out this YouTube clip from awhile ago. I don’t think I blogged about it the first time around however…this clip proves that appearances are nothing sometimes.