That said, the evolution of change in itself is pretty interesting. Since I'm in the midst of a move, I feel it profoundly. Sometimes it seems as if it's not just my location that's changing. I mean, sure, I'm moving to a condo in the same city I've lived in for my entire 30 years of life, but I still feel it ripple through my box-ridden house.
GETTING DEEPER INTO MY ART!
Life alone has been so financially restrictive, that I've had to stop auditioning and stop working on my album. So I'm very excited to audition more and to be able to really give this dream a fighting chance to grow, rather than put it on the back burner. "It" (acting/singing/writing) has been in my blood from day one. Ignoring it only makes me feel aweful - frustrated, depressed, etc. It's that need to express to communicate (as they say in RENT) that makes artists artists.
As I spend my last week in the Lake House, I find myself more driven then ever to carry with me the life lessons I've learned:
Some Risks are WORTH taking.
Sometimes taking a risk means saying goodbye to the familiar.
If you'll regret never trying, then give it your all.
There is no "try". There is only do and do not do. (Thanks Yoda!)
2) the inability to stop following their dreams.
(Of course, I learned all THAT by following Lou Mongello's example!)
What will you do about it?
I'll check in next week and we'll see what we all DID about our forgotten dreams and how our "something" turned out! Why? Because we contribute our best to everyone and to the world when we are true!