Reality and acting are so close in appearance that they tend to mirror each other. And that’s fine…Until reality gets a bit too close. Then, acting is dominant in the escape from the reality one was trying to avoid in the beginning. As writ by William Shakespeare, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts” (As You Like It, Act II, Scene VII). I am just a pawn in my reality; a queen in my imaginary mind. What am I in your worlds? What are you?
I bought a dry erase board and markers from the store today. Why? Because I like dry erase boards. That was totally my rationale, as I was questioned by my friend who claimed it was just a waste of money. I like fun things, and, to me, dry erase boards are fun. I’ve also always loved the way calligraphy looked and wanted to try it out, so I did…on my brand new dry erase board with my brand new markers. I subsequently placed it on a wall in my room, as I like to keep little positive reminders around me. So, to anyone who needs a little positive thinking and likes dry erase boards and calligraphy as much as I do, here you go:
Let me know what you think. Thanks.