Things that make me smile… Thalia’s “Cuidame mucho” bracelet

Well, a fan like me always pays attention to even the slightest details.😀

You may find it silly, but this post was inspired by something I noticed a couple of days ago, while watching some photos of Thalia. For some time now, she’s been wearing this green, cute bracelet which says “Cuidame mucho” or “Take good care of me”.

Apparently, she never takes it off, whether you may see it in a picture taken at home or at a photo session (People en Español  cover shoot), or even at a formal event like the New York Live Arts Premiere Gala, the bracelet is still there, on Thalia’s left wrist.

My point is, it is obvious that the bracelet has a really deep and special meaning to her, and while other people think that celebrities are nothing but superficial, this only proves once again how sweet, sensitive and natural Thalia is.🙂

Remember, “if you take care of the small things, the big things take care of themselves. You can gain more control over your life by paying closer attention to the little things.” -Emily Dickinson

Hint: I’m pretty sure that the bracelet is part of the cuidameplis.com collection, even if I can’t seem to find it there.

5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Paula Azevedo (@pinpau)
    Sep 17, 2011 @ 20:09:56

    Anita, that’s cute indeed.. but if you notice, that’s not the first time Thalia demonstrates that kind of bilief. Take her wedding photos for example.. you’ll see Thalia keeps using a wristlet even though it’s very worn. It was given by a fan if I’m not mistaken.😉 She trully believes it and keep faithful to what made her use that the first time, no matter what.
    About this new bracelet, it seems you’re right and that’s from cuidameplis.com collection. Nice post!

    Reply

    • anamariao7
      Sep 17, 2011 @ 22:50:04

      well, you know I’m a lot more “recent” fan, having so much things left to discover about Thalia, so I had no idea about the one you mentioned, thanks for the info🙂
      “She trully believes it and keep faithful to what made her use that the first time, no matter what.” LOVED this!

      Reply

  2. Paula Azevedo (@pinpau)
    Sep 17, 2011 @ 20:15:30

    Oh, and I like your Emily Dickinson’s quote🙂

    Reply

    • anamariao7
      Sep 17, 2011 @ 22:50:37

      LOL, I’m still not used to receiving so many comments on my blog :)) thanks!! although now I’m not so sure it was the best quote for what I meant to say…

      Reply

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