Tegan: I had this experience the other day where there were these girls, kinda like the cool, cute blondes, wearing their team sweaters, who probably watch Laguna Beach and The Hills. Then there was this not-as-cool, kind of nerd girl with glasses, all by herself, who'd been waiting to meet us for half an hour. She's fumbling around with her camera, and she says, 'Will you sign my poster?' and we did. Then she turns to the Laguna Beach girls behind her and goes 'Will you take this photo?' and they ignore her. They wouldn't help her out; they just look at her, look away and keep talking. So Sara grabs the girl's camera and goes, 'Hey! You guys! Here, take a picture of us, would you?' Then we grab the girl, put our arms around her and take the picture. The smile on that girl's face just killed me-if there hadn't been 35 more people standing in the alley, I would've just bawled. What's funny is, the Laguna Beach girls-who'd initially been so annoying-turned out to be really sweet, too. But then their camera broke, so there ya go.
Sara: What I realized in that moment was this: when I'm standing up onstage; when I'm sitting in my studio at home writing songs; or when I'm laying in a fetal position in my storage room, wondering how to get through the next couple of months-whatever experiences I'm having in my life, I look forward to those moments where I can change somebody's life, for just a second. I don't think that girl's gonna remember that moment for the rest of her life. But she might.
tongue-tied-romances: Kaki King- LoveStonned/ I Think She Knows
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