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I almost don’t recognize David here. SO. VERY. SERIOUS.
Is that an actual FURROW in his brow?
What could he possibly be talking about so earnestly?
Place your best bets here*:
If you clicked “Other,” please share your suggestions in the comments.
*Yes, I do know what he’s actually talking about but if I need to specify “I’m just kidding,” I will drop by and personally deliver multiple noogies.
“And they have the nerve to do it this weekend… BEFORE Halloween?”
“And so far away from Christmas?? Who the heck do those Northern wackos think they are???”
(I’ve bugged your phones so I know you’ve been muttering exactly that.)
Well, let me fill you in on our version of Thanksgiving. No, we didn’t have pilgrims in funny hats like the Yanks, but we have our own special history of this holiday.
It all started on a cold October night back in 1867, the year of Confederation … but also the year the official Royal Fur Trapper gave thanks for bagging an extra large beaver, which he promptly sold for two double-double coffees from Tim Hortons (yes, they’ve been around that long… but the drive-thru was for canoes only). He immortalized his catch on our nickel. For real.
Ever since that fateful night, Canadians from coast to coast to coast celebrate this weekend by gathering together for a traditional meal of roasted polar bear with a side order of moose antler jelly. Which we eat off the blade of a maple-smoked hockey stick. (Lacrosse stick, if you’re from Nova Scotia.)
It’s a time of reflection. Of giving thanks. For living in a land where love means ALWAYS having to say your sorry. A place where people look out for one another. Which is easy because there are so few of us. A place where surviving brutal winters hasn’t made us hard-hearted but soft headed.
All these things and more are remembered this weekend.
I am grateful for so many things, but wanted to say a special “merci” to all of you who drop by this twisted place, and to Mr. David Archuleta for, well, you know.
Clearly this was about who to bring to the premiere. :) Nice he decided to bring his mom.
My literal face at VIPs, lol:
I think this is my fave… musicians unite!
oh, and this! :)
@DAVIDARCHIE SUPAHSTAH!!!! GLORIOUS UP TO 1 MILLION+ VIEWS!!!
Confession: The first word that popped into my head when I saw this was “fanboy” hahaha.
Seriously though, I just got to hear “When the Son of Man Comes Again” thanks to a most generous, thoughtful, ninja person … (you know who you are and you ROCK!!!!). And yes, of course I will be buying & gifting it like crazy when it eventually, someday is available in my igloo neighbourhood.
I admit, it did not grab me in the beginning but as the song builds at the bridge and beyond and he takes off with it as only David can. Wow. Over time, I actually think I’m going to like it even more than Glorious. Why? Because it’s HIS song, you know?
So him, from beginning to end.
Kind of cheesy and predictable at first. Plodding along. Lulling you into a sense of complacency and eye-rolling and then BAM! Seat belts click. Gears shift. Throttle engages.
“Wait, this wasn’t quite the yawn-fest I thought it was going to be… whoa, did not expect him to… Ohmyheck what was THAT??? Now it’s over?? What do you mean it’s over???? *replays*”
But who cares what I think. What do YOU guys think??
I played it for my hubs and, no word of a lie, this is what he said, “He should contact his fans pretty soon and tell them what his plan is” hahahahahaha
And it’s charting! (The idea of David climbing the country charts is blowing my mind right now! :) )
Sadly, that quote in the caption left out the best part of the story, as unearthed by our intrepid SAz reporters (who interned at TMzed… the Canadian version)… Here’s the rest:
David Archuleta, what a class act.
There was a birthday at his table and as soon as David started to lead the singing of the Happy Birthday song, a hush fell over the room. Eyes glazed over and jello was left jiggling on spoons as his angelic siren song filled the air like a cooling breeze on a blistering day. Spellbound. We were spellbound.
It was so magical, so ethereal that the actual temperature rose in the room. Menus were waved as fans, jackets were peeled off and foreheads were dabbed with lace handkerchiefs. And then another miraculous thing happened.
A sudden eclipse of the sun. Complete darkness for a fraction of a second. Time stood still and everything glided in slow motion as Mr. Archuleta stretched his hand toward his neck. One woman was heard to gasp, “Can this REALLY be happening???” And as God as my witness, yes it was.
His lithe fingers grasped his collar and before gaping mouths and wide eyes he did the impossible. He unclasped his top button.
Was that the MoTab choir I heard singing?
I fought back tears not wanting to miss this momentous occasion.
A thunderous roar erupted in the dining room as people leapt to their feet, cheering and stomping the floor. Tables shook. Glasses tipped over. And yet only the hint of a smile drifted across Mr. Archuleta’s face. His gaze downcast as his famous dimple made the briefest appearance.
A class act, indeed.
As you can see in this video, comedian Tim Allen was on Jimmy Kimmel last night extolling the virtues of one David James Archuleta. (pronounced “Ark-U-letta,” we have been wrong all this time!)
Tim is a crafty one. He pretended that his five-year-old daughter liked D.’s music.
Ha! Tim, we are ON to you.
Here’s the real scoop unearthed by our crack investigative team here at SAz*.
Tim not only voted for David on Idol, he also… well, check this out:
Voice-decoding software** reveals that “He’s got a great voice” is code for “I stream Archie Radio throughout my 6,432 room Hollywood mega-mansion.” Am I right, my friends?
Photos leaked by Edward Snowdon reveal the following:
The inside of Tim’s Home Improvement Dressing Room:
His favourite T-shirt:
And the cozy room he built just to watch the Glorious video:
Tim, no need to hide behind your daughter. We get you.
Let’s all watch this together again, shall we? *group hug*
This is hiLARous!
“The overwhelming urge to put your hand on his mouth and say, “NO DAVID. YOU’RE GLORIOUS.”
Wondering how you can let him know that if he can’t find where he belongs, he can always stay at your place.
Wondering if it’s the Spirit or David that’s causing a swelling in your bosom.
A sudden, unexpected desire to see “Meet the Mormons”. #whut
Feeling certain that the piece David was called to play is the hot piece.”
BREAKING HAIR-PROGRESS NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
*basically me and a twisted mind.
More pics here. (Thanks, Patty-Ann for the heads-up tweet!)
— Janel Woodbury (@Nellie1983) September 24, 2014
Be sure and tune in this Sunday for a sneak preview of a new recording by David Archuleta–it’ll heard near the… http://t.co/Bre3XKS1BB
— FM100.3 (@FM1003) September 24, 2014
Aaaaaand two days later from David himself: :)
— David Archuleta (@DavidArchie) September 26, 2014
…which links to:
FM100.3 Facebook post:
Be sure and tune in this Sunday for a sneak preview of a new recording by David Archuleta–it’ll heard near the end of the soon-to-be-released movie “Meet the Mormons,” but you can hear it sooner than that!
You can hear an interview with David plus the new recording on FM100.3 or online at http://www.softsundaysounds.com/ this Sunday at the end of the first music set in the 7am, 9am, 12pm, 2pm, and 4pm hours.
The world is noisy. How much time do we take to get rid of distractions and actually be still, & listen to our own instincts & thoughts?
— David Archuleta (@DavidArchie) September 11, 2014
Hope you are well.
Didn’t intend to do anymore blogging… wanted to cut down on that “noise” you mentioned in your last tweet. I sense you need some time and space to figure things out right now. But please know that beyond all the fan noise you are inundated with every hour of every day, there is a huge silent majority out there, very quietly in your corner. They may not be tweeting or blogging or commenting in never-ending circles of drama, making demands, second-guessing, pushing you onto the highest of pedestals, or mercilessly teasing you *blushes* but merely living their lives and quietly letting you live yours. They’re grateful for every note of music you’ve ever shared with us but not feeling entitled to anything more. Understanding it’s your life to live. That new music from you would be a gift but that it’s your gift to give, if you so wish, in your own time. This silent majority is pretty dang big, believe it or not. But do be warned that they won’t be so silent if you ever grace us with a concert again. Just sayin’ :)
Be still. Be well. Be happy.
A not-so-silent fan
— David Archuleta (@DavidArchie) September 11, 2014
— David Archuleta (@DavidArchie) September 3, 2014
Finally! A step-by-step deconstruction of David Archuleta’s latest tweet!
“Feels good to have control over my own life.” = Not those dang Archies!
“This cafeteria gets an A++ from me!!! [scarfing emoji]”