Sunday, November 23, 2014

I wish Sara Bareilles had a reality show so we could see more of her personality and how she interacts with others

Sara Bareilles twitter post

"Almond milk earl grey latte, my script for waitress, and a flight to see my folks. Heart is bursting at the seams. (Prolly the latte)"

I never tried almond milk, but everyone is telling me I am missing out. So I wonder if this is Sara Bareilles's favorite type of coffee. She has mentioned in the past about her coffee habit. "Copious amounts of coffee" is how she said it. And I also seen a video where she was talking in a hallway of a recording studio with a mug of coffee in her hand. I might try that brand of coffee; the Almond milk earl grey latte. I've gotten pretty advanced in my coffee tolerance. I can handle a shot of expresso now, before I couldn't. How much coffee does she drink everyday is something I would love to know.

"Script for waitress" is the musical "Waitress" that she is currently writing music for. "Waitress" was an actual movie in 2007.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Sara Bareilles and these weird faces


A random quote from Sara Bareilles LOL

This is when she and her band was in the recording studio making a song. Sounded like "Uncharted" from the video. At around the :55 second mark, she was sitting on the couch and her band just came out of the sound room and she tells them "It sounds awesome you guys......I wasn't listening but I think it sounded really good."


She has an insane amount wit for a chick. I would hate to get into an argument with her.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

"If you want to test a man's character, give him power." - Abraham Lincoln

From Sara Bareilles's twitter post,

Thank you for posting this, Sara. The desire for power in my opinion is the worst desire a person can have. What it takes to to gain and mantain it, is not worth it in the end.

However, Sara Bareilles has real power. She is the most powerful person in music. I said it before in this blog. She didn't take it, it was bestowed upon her. It is her destiny.

Sara Bareilles's hero has always been her soul. Her inner voice seems to be more powerful than her outer voice. Her inner voice speaks for itself without any distraction and is far more wiser than any sound heard on earth.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

This quote from Marc Chagall made me instantly think of Sara Bareilles

"The dignity of the artist lies in his duty of keeping awake the sense of wonder in the world. In this long vigil he often has to vary his methods of stimulation; but in this long vigil he is also himself striving against a continual tendency to sleep."