I'm an actor. That's what I'm pursuing in college. Sometimes you feel you're perfect for that role but it will go to someone else. You have to learn how to deal with that and know that it's not personal. You learn to use those rejections to make you better.
Sometimes it's as superficial as you having the wrong haircut. This helps motivate me to work harder. I have learned that once you do an audition you have to forget about it right away otherwise it will keep bringing you down.
The more you put yourself out there, that's how you are going to get the rolls. They see that you are dedicated and passionate about what you're doing.
I do have a stuffed animal in my life, technically it's my best friends though. She's had it since she was two and his name is Ducky. He is so rugged and beat up but he is the cutest thing. Whenever I go to her house I just jump in her bed and snuggle with ducky. This is been going on since eighth grade.
When I was little I had a stuffed bear from my great aunt who passed away about four years ago. And she was the sweetest thing. She would always buy us little gifts. The bear had little dalmatians all over it and that was my favorite dog, It was my Dalmatian bear
It was a comfort to have. It was a reminder that wherever I am a piece of my family was with me.
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