It was around the year 2001. I was flipping the TV channels in bed and accidentally stumbled upon a movie. I had always loved Dennis Quaid, so I was curious as to why I hadn’t seen this particular one. There you were. Your sweet face. The Parent Trap. How charming, and lovely, and beautiful, and sweet and innocent. I remember thinking, “Who is this girl? She’s such an incredible actress.”
The truth is, I have followed your career since. I have always been fascinated by you. Your beautiful smile, your perfect nose, your gorgeous red hair. A face like an angel. I then saw you again in Mean Girls. I can’t believe I actually watched that movie, but that’s a whole other story. But when I really took notice of you as a true great actress of our generation was in Georgia Rule. I LOVED that movie. How disturbing, how intense, how thought provoking. You were captivating in that film.
And so, over the years, I have watched your rise and fall, your dramas and antics, your rocky relationships with both men and women. We all have. You’ve done it all in the public eye. And the reason why I reserved today’s Blog for you, was, I tweeted something simple out this morning, and got an influx of returned tweets. I hadn’t even asked a question. I simply made a statement… EOnline tweeted out the following: “Can Lindsay Lohan ever come back?” What an interesting question. Well I tweeted back to them, a simple answer obviously. You know Twitter… we only have 140 characters! My answer was “I hope so. I think she’s so talented. She had no guidance & nurturing.” That simple. And all of a sudden, after I got out of yoga class, tons of messages. “I agree with you 100%” or “You’re right. Look at her parents, I hope she comes out a better person” or “I AGREE W U! Lindsay had SO MUCH potential, was very beautiful & extremely talented.” Anyhow, there were tons more, and emails as well.