"I express my feelings through writing it on a piece of paper or typing it on a word pad"

"For all those whose cares have been our concern, the work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives. and the dream shall never die." - Edward M. Kennedy (Democratic Convention 12 August 1980)

Today we remember the longtime United States Senator from Massachusetts on his 5th year death anniversary.

Edward Moore Kennedy, “The Lion of the Senate” or simply known as “Ted” was the youngest son of Joseph Patrick Kennedy Sr. and Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald Kennedy. His older brothers are the late John F. Kennedy (35th President of the United States) and the late Robert F. Kennedy (U.S. Senator from New York).

When John won the 1960 U.S. Presidential elections he vacated his seat as U.S. Senator from Massachusetts. Supposedly, Ted was going to fill the seat in 1960 but then he was not eligible until in 1962 where he turned 30. 

Ted was sworn in to the senate on November 7, 1962 after he won the special elections. Until then, Ted served as a U.S. Senator until his death on 25 August 2009 at the age of 77 after he battles with brain cancer. 

Ted died 2 weeks after his sister Eunice Kennedy Shriver died. 

Glee Season 6 Song Wishes

Here’s a list of my Glee season 6 song wishes! 

"Can’t Take My Eyes Off You" - Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

"Guilty" - Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb

"At Last" - Etta James

"Lovebug" - Jonas Brothers

"The One That Got Away" - Katy Perry

"All I Ask of You" - from the musical "The Phantom of the Opera"

"People Say We’re in Love" - from the musical "Oklahoma!"

"I Enjoy Being a Girl" - from the musical "Flower Drum Song"

"(You’re) Timeless to Me" from the musical "Hairspray"

"Falling Slowly" - Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova 

"Say Something" - A Great Big World

"I Just Want to Be Your Everything" - Andy Gibb

"The Curtain Falls" - Bobby Darin (Maybe they can sing it at the finale)

Any songs from the musical “The Sound of Music” or an episode that features some songs that was written by Rodgers and Hammerstein