I love the beach, and I love sunshine. Megan Fox
Megan Denise Fox was born in Rockwood, Tennessee, to Gloria Darlene (Cisson) and Franklin Thomas Fox, a parole officer. Megan began her training in drama and dance at age 5 and, at age 10, moved to St. Petersburg, Florida where she continued her training and finished school. Megan began acting and modeling at age 13 after winning several awards at the 1999 American Modeling and Talent Convention in Hilton Head, South Carolina. At age 17, she tested out of school using correspondence and eventually moved to Los Angeles, California. Megan made her film debut as Brianna Wallace in theMary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen film Holiday in the Sun (2001). Her best known roles are as Sam Witwicky’s love interest Mikaela Banes in the first two installments of the Transformers series, Transformers (2007) and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen(2009), and as April O’Neil in the film reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014).
A totally lame quote just to put Megan Fox on my site. The day I posted this I woke and it was negative -9 Fahrenheit (-22 Celsius for my international readers) so I was looking for a warm and sunny beach life quote and found this little gem in Brainy Quotes from the lovely lady, so I thought what the heck, one way to warm a guy up.
Always in life bad times will lead to great times. M. Night Shyamalan
Manoj Shyamalan (born 6 August 1970), known professionally as M. Night Shyamalan, is an Indian-American film director, screenwriter, producer and occasional actor known for making movies with contemporary supernatural plots. His major films include the supernatural thriller The Sixth Sense (1999), the neo-noir superhero drama thriller Unbreakable (2000), the science fiction thriller Signs (2002), the psychological thriller The Village (2004), the fantasy thriller Lady in the Water (2006), the natural horror thriller The Happening (2008), the fantasy adventure film The Last Airbender (2010), the sci-fi action-adventure filmAfter Earth (2013) and the horror comedy film The Visit (2015). He is also known for filming and setting his films in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he was raised, and for including plot twists in most of his works.
Two people, both are cold, both lonely, each a bit lost and unsure. They find each other in a big forest as the sun goes down. Somehow they find a place out of the wind with the means to build a fire. This couple might be able to create a spark and then flames but then a big decision must be made; how to deal with the night.
The pair may build a big roaring fire recklessly throwing logs on till they have a bonfire. This fire will light up the night. This blaze may quickly dry out damp clothes and make the duo feel safe and warm and sometimes produce a little sweat from the inferno they created together.
Or this couple can build slowly, feeding the flickering flames cautiously placing every bit of fuel just so. Meticulously caring for their fire. The glow from the small fire may provide just enough light and just enough heat to keep the chill off and warm them. A small campfire can be a comfort, uplifting, soothing and if you stare into it long enough still mysterious.
The leaping and dancing flames of a bonfire may consume all the fuel quickly and once gone the heat may not last till dawn, leaving the couple in the cold and dark with just the memory of the blaze they built together. Their clothes might even be singed on one side but be damp on the other.
The first is fast and comes with understandable risks but it can be both glorious and crazy and just what the two people need. The second comes with the necessity of both patience and perseverance but it can be reassuring, enduring and agreeable the entire night long.
Neither way is right neither way is wrong. But it should be discussed by the two cold lonely people making the decision together. No one else is there, no one else’s opinion really matters.
We need society, and we need solitude also, as we need summer and winter, day and night, exercise and rest. Philip Gilbert Hamerton
Philip Gilbert Hamerton (10 September 1834 – 4 November 1894), was an English artist, art critic and author.