Yesterday I asked myself “How will I dive in?” In my recent blog post, I announced the start of a journey which will require 100 percent commitment to my singing, acting and writing. I asked myself, “How will I do it?” Then I began to hear the response “You just will.” I began processing this question like a counselor would do. There is no clear-cut solution and I cannot control the outcome. As I have said to my clients in the past “Trust the process.” But it is so HARD to do. And then the little voice whispers “it doesn’t have to be hard, it’s as difficult as you allow it to be.” Yet I believe I can make choices and use free will to increase my odds of going down the “right” path. As I continued to ponder this question, I asked my husband who was sitting in the passenger seat of our car. I said ” How will I swim once I dive in?” His response intrigued me. He said, “Just plug your nose when you dive in!” I began giggling and contemplating his words. Then he followed his first statement with “Stay in the shallow end.” My gut reaction was to giggle and my thoughts were ” I want to jump into the deep end of the pool.” Hmmmm…this is a metaphor and I believe its true meaning will reveal itself. Until then, good night and talk to you later!
Oh yeah, I had an audition this morning for a Marriott Commercial. It was pretty cool as I got to dress in workout attire and pretended to get ready for the gym during the audition. Not so shabby! You never know with these types of auditions are looking for, as there is so much typecast. I was suppose to pass for a Caucasian/Hispanic female. Grateful for the audition. The director said at the end “Thanks for being prepared!” I appreciated the feedback. If its meant to be it will be. I’ve learned not to be attached to the outcome.