OK….this may sound a little Pollyanna (ish) but I believe it is true….Everybody is Somebody’s Rockstar!
First of all, everyone has a mom. Now, that mom maybe the most critical person in the world when she is face to face with her child, but let one other mother claim her child is better and the mother of a rockstar comes out to defend her absolutely flawless child!
Little children tend to think older kids are Rockstars. I remember a girl that came into my 4th grade class to read us books. I thought she was the coolest and prettiest rockstar I had ever seen. As I got a little older I realized she was probably a high school kid that had no idea the little kids she read to thought she was a mature adult.
Do you own a dog? Oh yeah, a dog that stares out the window all day waiting for you to arrive home. Not only do you feed the dog, pet the dog, play with the dog and pick up the dog’s poop, you let the dog have most of the bed….oh yes, your dog thinks you are a rockstar!! Who else in your life stares at you endlessly? Who else licks your hand when you have done nothing more than change the television station? Who wags their tail and rolls over on their back for a belly rub as soon as you enter the house? Yep…the dog thinks you are a rockstar!
If you have a cat…I would suggest you look outside your home for your admirers….because that cat thinks s/he is the rockstar!!
Children tend to think their parents are rockstars….at least until they are teenagers then they think their parents are playing in an “Oldies” rock group!
I have admired a lot of people in my lifetime. Usually they are not famous, rich or overly talented. Typically the people I have admired are the people that speak up for those that cannot speak. Sometimes the people I have admired are the people that have fought the tough fight against cancer….some have won and some have not, but I admire the courage of them all.
Those that help children, whether it be as a teacher, coach, law enforcement officer, social worker, or as a mentor….are always worthy of admiration. People that work tirelessly to help injured or abandon dogs are truly rockstars in my book….
The next time you see someone doing the right thing or fighting the good fight, step up and tell them you think they are awesome. If you really want to freak them out….Tell them they are a rockstar!!
Thanks, Tree! You are my rockstar today for reminding me that I am my sons rockstar. He has gone through the stages and at 36 he thinks his 59 yr old mama, rocks.
That is awesome Deb!
I’m glad you know your son thinks you are a rockstar!!!
Dont freak out….your a rockstar in my book.
Thank you Jackie!!! You too are a rockstar to me…and a good friend!!
Thanks for reminding me to appreciate the rock stars in my life. I have so many of them — you and Jackie among them. CC