Wednesday, February 13, 2008
So I've come to the conclusion that I miss being seven. Those were the good old days especially when we would have snow days. Why don't college student get snow days as much as we used to when we were little. to be honest I could go for a snow day more than when i was younger, but hey they were good days! I remember staying home with my brothers and mom. We would sleep in as late as we could then go and watch cartoons. Then my mom would make a special breakfast for me and my brothers. It would always be amazing especially with all the hot chocolate. Gosh I miss the homemade hot chocolate my mom would make. The next thing we would do would be get all bundled up and go outside and play in the snow till we were close to getting frostbite, then my mom would make us come inside before we could get sick. Finally to pass the rest of the day we would watch movies and play board games until we passed out usually. God I miss days like that we just don't have those kind of days anymore. Do we get to old to enjoy the very simple gifts that we receive everyday, like a simple snow day?
I really enjoyed the age acting most probably because I had to be someone who is 22 and I am actually 21, so that was not that hard for me to do. I really don't know though what I would have done if I were somebody a lot older or younger. The easiest acting, I guess, is when you are actually yourself or at least someone comparatively close to who you are but it doesn't always happen that way. I am truly excited to see the other groups tomorrow. I think the most interesting ones will be the kids and old people.
As with many of you, I was very disapointed we did not have class on Tuesday and am hoping we will have class tomorrow. I agree with the previous post by lawbreaker. It would be very difficult to act age. Regardless of age, people act in accordance, or completely against what the normal characteristic of one's age is. I am just constantly fascinated by how much I never realized as to how difficult acting is.