I tore down an acting wall today. It felt glorious! Not pushing, just being. Letting a moment in a monologue “be” but taking it somewhere. It’s a tug and pull of give and take between “want,” “feeling,” and “honesty.”
I’m an actor.
I sing choral music.
I do audiobooks.
But I’m an actor.
It feels good to know who I am. Glad that I’m reminded of that.
Today, I was able to spend some time with my mother. I’m blessed to say that she’s doing very well. My parents requested that I don’t post their pictures on Facebook nor social media sites and I will not reveal their names. However, I’m thankful to say that my parents have been married for 53 years. I didn’t get that gene but I’m thankful for them. 🙂
My mom and I had a great talk today. We talked about men. Some things never change. I think she’s interested to know how I’m doing as a woman and I listen to how my mom and dad got along, especially before they got married. At times, I still learn something new that I’ve never heard them say before. It’s very interesting, since they were married 10 years before I came into the world.
I’m very thankful to have such frank discussions with my mom, especially on Mother’s Day. I cherish the time with her. She’s a blessing and my father is too. They appreciate the time that I spend with them as well.
Have a blessed Mother’s Day with your mom, biological or not. Cherish the women who had a positive impact on your life. I’m thankful that I have a wonderful mother.
Thank you mom and God bless you!