Okay, about a week ago, teenager, Miley Cyrus (19) announced her engagement to actor, Liam Hemsworth (22).
The theme of her decision focused on ‘the wisdom of marrying young.’
Two are better than one, is a famous axiom of life. If one falls, one helps the other up.
I’m old and single. I think though, that there is a lot of merit in marrying young if you love someone and the respect is there, real and mutual.
Young people being happy – what a miracle that always is to see. :)
Creating strong friendships is upon young people today, in order to move forward in life. Often, no one understands a generation’s pressures more than that generation themselves.
Why strong bonds of friendship are important amongst youth and peer groups.
Again… full credit to Smilers and Liam for making their friendship bond stronger.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 12.6.12~
Australian citizen and actor Liam Hemsworth has proposed to girlfriend Miley Cyrus, the teenage singer and actress told People.com.
“I’m happy to share the news with you all,” 19-year-old Cyrus said.
“I feel like all my dreams are coming true.”
Miley’s dad Billy Ray still holds the number 1 country music single on Phillip Island and across the rest of Aussie too. This couple are Aussie-American pop royalty already.
More at the flutter.
From teens to new couples, the marriage vibe is definitely in the air.
[Photos - AFP - Robyn Beck]
About Phillip Island and Gippsland Aboriginal Culture: “Visit the Den of Nargun and learn about Dreamtime stories, traditional lifestyles, Aboriginal keeping places and the impact of European settlement on the Batatuk Cultural Trail. It follows some of the routes Gunai and Monaro people followed for over 18,000 years. See archaeological sites such as scarred trees and shell middens more than 10,000 years old and explore the cultural heritage of the Gunai people at the Krowathunkoolong Keeping Place in Bairnsdale.”
~Posted by Horiwodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific, 7.6.12~
BEVERLY HILLS TENNIS-PLAYING AUTHOR, ROBERT ELLIS, WILL APPEAR AT BORDERS, WESTWOOD OCT 2 FOR BOOK SIGNING EVENT
Westside Today reports: “Does the rigors of good parenting get in the way of your “A” tennis game, in these times? Find out when Robert Ellis signs his new book Courage to Love at Borders Bookstore for book signings, 1360 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024.
“Have you ever wanted a book to give your children who might be asking the question “Dad, mum why are some people getting upset about a mosque being built as a symbol of tolerance on site Ground Zero?” Well . . . tennis playing author, Robert Ellis’ new novel, Courage to Love provides that very timely book for avid tennis players and our culturally-conscious California families.”
America is changing. Even on the tennis court. Go here to read more about R.E and his wise and timely book. The slender novel can be ordered here from Tate Publishing or Borders website. Ironically, this is a book about transcending all borders, in order to “grow up in love” as the U.S President Barack Obama urged when he took his oaths to be President in his inaugural day speech.
I do believe, this agenda is what Borders Bookstores take pride in providing their customers with in their very intelligent book selections. Westwood is one such community blessed with books relevant to the times. Oct 2nd at 3pm is when Robert Ellis, will appear in store. For more details about the event, Andrew Winters, Mr Ellis’ no. 1 publicist can be contacted here.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 8.25.10~