They say laughter’s the best kind of medicine. Agreeing whole heartedly, I have must say that laughter helped me out through some tough times. However, next to my family and friends nothing motivates me like music.
“There’s so much to do. Whatever it is you’ll see it through. Baby, it’s your world, supergirl.” Whenever I feel overwhelmed, words like these inspire and motivate me to succeed. That’s why I’m thankful Joey McIntyre sings beautiful songs like “Supergirl.” With so much distasteful music on air these days, we all need something positive.
Joey’s music has this tremendous range. No matter the subject/style of the song, I can always count on him for a great mood booster.
Beyond McIntyre’s music, his personality brings my spirits up in any instance. His comical tact and timing absolutely slays me. Whether Joe cracks jokes on stage or just goofs off in his free time, his videos give me a laugh whenever I need one.
More importantly than his comical wit, his heart of gold really captivates me. The time, love and attention he gives to his family instills a hard work ethic in me. Joey reminds me a lot of my father. They both juggle many things, and they do it all in the name of love and family. That dedication to family is rarely seen in men today.
Today, what inspired me to write this blog post was watching Joe perform “Soliloquy.” Speaking as a lover of musical theater, live theater + music can be one of the most therapeutic forms of expressing one’s emotions. Seeing how he chose such a powerful piece of music as an expression of becoming a father to his first daughter really moved me.
Joe– I just want you to know that I really admire not only your talent, but your beautiful spirit as well. Please continue being a magnificent father, husband, and massively talented performer. I thank you for all the inspiration and motivation you gave me. In the words of Morrie Shwartz, “The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.” Thank you for giving out so much love to the mac pack, and know that we give all right back.