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1. Millennials Are Adopting And Adapting 60s Culture And Style

Millennials are growing up in a time of uncertainty. They aren’t sure when (or if) they’ll find a job after high school or college, how they’ll pay their bills, or where they’ll be in five years. Looking to the future is scary, so instead,... Read the rest of this post

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2. More Raphael Saadiq

I'm getting really into drawing musicians now. I basically watched a bunch of his videos & performances on youtube to get a feel for how he moves, then hit the pause button at random points on "Love That Girl" (when I was particularly feelin' the groovin' & movin') to draw. There's just a sway about him that is sooooo engaging and contagious. His body twists & turns with the notes.... ahhh such good drawing material :) Can my future husband also sing this song to me at the wedding? Thaaaaaaankssss.

btw, the girl toward the end when she scrunches her face... yeah I'd totally do that, haha.

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