I returned to Spain after Christmas to find out that the whole Selena Gomez obsession has become 1,00,000 times worse. There are not enough 0′s to add to that number to emphasize how much Selena Gomez is talked about in this household.
When they found out she had a “fan page” on Facebook, the kids freaked out.
Immediately, the only topic of conversation revolved around how I have to:
1. “Like” her FB fan page
2. Write her
Okay, so I was willing to do the first one. And I quickly got over the embarrassment that all my friends on Facebook probably saw that I was now officially one of her “fans.”
But, when the topic of writing her came up… I refused.
That was until the children annoyed me nonstop for 7 days in a row, that I finally caved and gave in.
FINE. Tomorrow. I will send her a note tomorrow.
And I did.
Perhaps there is some over exaggeration in this note of mine, but the kids really have learned A LOT of English because of her. All we watch are interviews of Selena, or listen to her music non.stop, or read magazine reviews about what she wore last Monday when taking the trash out. Seriously!
And don’t even get me started on Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez’s break-up.
Heart-wrenching, let me tell you!
Now, the first thing the kids ask when they get home from school is,
“Has she written back? Oh pleeeeasssse say she finally wrote you!”
And I have to disappoint them yet again saying that I have not received a response quite yet.
Ohhhh, please write me back soon Selena! Or, just acknowledge that you read my message because this nonsense has got.to.stop.