Sunday, January 18, 2015


photo by John Fischer

Growing up Meghan Trainor didn't have an anthem to repeat like "All About That Bass," from her debut EP Title.  The September 22nd, 2014 issue of People Magazine reported that as a teen she was hard on herself.  Trainor had friends, but struggled for self-esteem because of body image. "Her mother, Kelli, would remind her 'to not worry about size and love myself,' " Trainor told People.   In adulthood she's landed on her feet.  "I'm beautiful and happy," said Trainor.  A woman-sized pop star?  Say what??  Now her anthem exists for anyone who cares to listen, and a lot do according to "Bass" YouTube hits and Top 40 success.   article link

There were a lot of good leads in this article, but I have a favorite, mentioned above.

 Principle in the type:  "In all events, a mother can exert an influence unequaled by any other person in any other relationship."  D. Todd Christofferson


1 comment:

  1. It's an incredible responsibility that is ever changing. We are their teacher and comforter when they are young and their biggest supporter/cheerleader when they are grown.