I nominate Jessica Simpson for a Pulitzer

So apparently Jessica’s newfound freedom has caused her to tap into her deep and intellectual side recently. I was not aware that she ever had that side to begin with as evidenced by famous quotes such as “I don’t eat buffalo” or “Why is it called chicken of the sea?”

On her website, she wrote a message to her fans that discussed her recent time in Europe…And to quote Jess, “While I was there I visited many museums, and have been reading about different artists. I have also been writing a lot in my journal recently. I was reading a book about Michelangelo and there were 2 quotes that caught my attention:

‘I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.’

‘Each time we face our fear, we gain strength, courage, and confidence in the doing.'”

Wow, give me a freakin break. Jessica Simpson is now reading about Michelangelo? Well, don’t worry, it gets even better. All of her reading has inspired her to try her own hand at the old writing game and she posted the following passage after the quotes.

“Sometimes we are all so afraid to be honest with ourselves because we know that honesty will lead us somewhere off the path of the life we’ve mapped out in our minds. Today, I challenge us to ask ourselves this…What if we allow our fear to provoke us into action? Can facing our fear be what walks us to somewhere better? I do not have your answers, but in the quest to find my own, I’ve discovered somewhere worth traveling to…In my life, I ignore my fears too often, but then I’m left with nothing to challenge the best of me. I just remain cowering from my true identity. There is no discovery.”

Wow, Jess, that is truly inspirational. HA. Well at least she is making an effort to catch up on all the lost time when she could have been in college instead of prepping for a marriage that went ka-put!

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