Thursday, September 17, 2009

Inspiration from Whitney Houston

This blog covers politics and law almost exclusively. Nevertheless, with socialism, Nazism, totalitarianism, death panels, and evil people waiting to pull the plug on innocent grandma taking over the country, I believe that readers could probably use some inspiration.

If you find inspiration through music and personal triumph (who doesn't?), check out this video footage from Oprah's show earlier this week. After spilling her guts to Oprah about drug use, emotional abuse, interventions, rehab, etc., singer Whitney Houston performed the single "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" from her new album "I Look to You." Rolling Stone even praised Houston's "emotional performance."

Note: The video is no longer available.


Stray Yellar Dawg? said...

Long time fan of Whitney here.

That *is* beautiful. And she looks fabulous as ever!

Darren Lenard Hutchinson said...

Yes, Stray. I am so happy for her. I know that the road is long, but I hope she stays in recovery. And she does look great.

Sue said...

I do find inspiration in music. I hope Whitney can come back bigger and better then before. I wish her well!

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