Today I'm thinking about being rich and famous. Isn't that something we all dream about at one point in our lives. Wouldn't it be wonderful to have everything we wanted when we wanted it? Wouldn't it be great to have everyone around us at our beckon call?
Carrie Underwood took some time for Esquire magazine to write down things that she has learned. Among her revelations, Carrie writes, "I've learned the most throughout my life from age 22 till now," and she notes, "As you step off that stage, you're pretty much alone." Carrie also shares, "My cell phone is my best friend. It's my lifeline to the outside world." She admitted to finding normal celebrities is hard and when it comes to the media you can't trust them.
As for her fabulous and glamorous lifestyle, Carrie writes, "When people think of what it's like to be famous, they think of the Ritz. But I've been in hotels where I will not take my shoes off. I will wear flip-flops in the shower. I've seen more basements of venues than I've seen of the United States. People think, 'Oh, you travel around, you get to see the country.' I've seen basements, I've seen concrete, I've seen pillars."
I guess it's good that Carrie has found herself a "normal" professional hockey player to spend her down time with.
None of us really think about how lonely it must be to be away from our friends and family all the time or to be without friends because you don't really know who to trust.
I don't think I'll be daydreaming about being rich and famous anymore.
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