*picks up broom*
"TELL THEM HOW I AM DEFYYYYYYYYYING GRAAAAAVITTYYYY"
*starts sweeping broom sadly*
"There is a castle on a cloud…"
*holds broom horizontally*
"Never need a reason, never need a rhyme. Up on the roof top step in time!"
*sweeps broom angrily*
"IT’S A HARD KNOCK LIFE!"
*begins waltzing with broom* I could have DAAAAANCED all NIIIIIGHT
*sweeps broom wistfully* “In my own little corner, in my own little world, I can be whatever I want to be.”
This Is What It’s Like For A Woman…
So for the first time in my life I had a moment in my everyday life where I was frustrated with being a girl. Now, in my professional life, trying to break into acting, I tend to be frustrated with being a female on a weekly basis. But that’s a whole other story.
Id like to preface this by saying that I take it for granted that people understand body language. Being trained as an actor and mainly being around actors, decoding and responding to body language is second nature.