I've been pretty decent lately, besides some mishaps with bullying and stuff. But, I am proud to say I have spread an anti-bully message across almost an entire school district in Arizona. Crazy what one girl can do, huh?
I've really begun to look at myself in a new light and respect who I am just a little bit more. Yesterday I started reflecting on what I've accomplished this year, and some things that were just plain ol' stupid. Those things really began to let me look at myself differently.
November was a turning point for me. I had my birthday on the 26th so I guess I was just one year older and wiser or something. I finally told my mom that not only did I frown upon bullying, I was a victim of it as well. Because I told my mom she sent me to a new school.
At this new school I was an outcast. I was the preppy little theatre nerd mixed in with a bunch of burn outs who have no future plan but to be gangster. The academics are terrible, but sadly it sadly was the only school in the district that could accept my variance.
December came and I took part in a professional musical that sold out each night, with tickets starting as low as $50. It really changed my views on community theatre.
And well, since then everything has been the same old thing.
i ♥ that song! it's amazing! well, awesome day at school! went by REALLY fast, and then it was time for rehearsal and I was like "oh! woah!" i still can't get over how FUN rehearsals are!!! i have an audition tomorrow, singing 'Lamest Place In The World' from 13!!! eep!
So, it's opening night! I'm sooo scared. It's the musical Annie and I play Molly. But we have 132 people coming today! They wanted to see opening night so bad they are willing to stand! Gotta go get ready! Wish me luck ( not really, in theatre is bad luck to wish good luck, you ay break a leg !!! (: ) EEK!