Make Their Day “Making the audience laugh and cry, one person at a time” for me it is more than a way to perform, but a way I want to live my life. When I was in high school I learned this motto and mission and it has forever changed my life. I have always been interested in entertaining others through performance, starting out at home doing skits with my sisters and than in highschool and college classes. Through the years I learned a lot of ticks that help to make a performance better for an audience, but it was my high school music teacher who taught me the best way to entertain both while I am on stage and off.
I started performing in plays in front of audience other than family in elementary school in Mrs. Johnson’s class for her Halloween play she had every year and then as part of cast in the school play Attack of the Killer Grasshoppers in fifth grade. Both these early stage moments made me realized how much I loved how people react to a pla
I'm me and proud to be. When we’re little we don’t really feel that we belong. We try to change ourselves to please other people. Then when that doesn’t work we try to not show how sad it makes us feel. In my early life I struggled to be accepted because of who I am and how I look. It took me years to finally tune out the negatives that were being thrown at me and find the magic within myself and believe in me.
I went to a preschool that was located in a Native American reservation. I had recently moved into the mountain community and hadn’t been adopted yet. Despite being part Native American, I was teased for being pale and was called, “White Cheeks” in cruel ways.
More names and labels came in elementary school and all the way to high school. “Witch” was something I was called once and still can’t understand why. Up into high school family, a few friends I had managed to make, and teachers trie
What being a Goth means to me.
-To accept others for who they are as a person, and not by their looks.
-To find all the beauty you can in the world, even when the world is ugly.
-To appreciate the beauty of all things God has created. From the twisting branches above our heads to the bones beneath our skin.
-To find God and to see the Light, even in the darkest times and places.
-To always remember that God made you who you are. Embrace it ‘cause He never makes mistakes.