Jun 19, 2012
Now I'm anxious to learn more about Marilyn. I want to watch her movies and hear her sultry voice. Just watching Katherine McPhee play the part of Marilyn (love her picture above), on Smash has made me fall in love with her and my interest in Marilyn has only just begun. She's was stunning beauty who followed her dreams and her vulnerability made her all the more gorgeous in every single way.
Now I've found myself wanting to get to know the real Marilyn more and more. Just by pinning pictures on Pinterest and looking at her graceful style I've slowing been getting hints of who the real Marilyn was and I think she was something pretty special.
She was indeed a star and not only was she beautiful, but I think she was wise too. I'm curious what happened between her and Joe DiMaggio and after watching the film My Week with Marilyn (such a great movie!!), I'm also very curious as to what other lives she effected. She clearly was a woman who made her mark on men, on fashionistas in the past and today, and of course our world.
In fact, by learning from Marilyn's death, it's important that we take the time to love the unlovable. Marilyn didn't feel loved, but we can help others find that love that they deserve and so often seek.