I finally went to go see the movie lady bird yesterday and I am more than likely to go see it again. I absolutely love the comedy and all the organic scenarios that really happen between a young lady and her mom. All the curiosity around a time when a lady is about to turn into a women. Lady Bird desperately for sometime during the film wanted to leave her hometown of Sacramento, but I won’t give out any details how she did. I think most teenagers have the same feeling when living in an area that is not so urban. For years, i’ve always wanted to go to New York City or a big city where everywhere and everyone is just seems so full of energy. Later on Lady Bird realized Sacramento, her hometown was magical and a place where she could count on knowing where to go and who she could count on which was here mom, father, and friends.
In 2012, I went to Chicago, it was my first time in a big city although, I loved the experience of exploring a new place, there is no place like home. Not to say that I will never move to another place to live, but home is where my family and love ones are. I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world. Go out and see Lady Bird, you will have a blast.