Hi guys. 🙂
Here’s another question for you.
You’re going to get a one episode bit part in your favourite drama. What’s your choice of drama and what is the nature of your character?
No clear idea really. I really like theatre, but I’m not like passionate about it and I don’t know much about dramas, I haven’t read that many, I’m not a geek in this regard. I’ve been told by some people including my Mum that I’m good at acting, as in imitating people or pretending stuff, and I think there might be something in it, even though I was taking part in multiple plays at school and never really enjoying it, I was always very stiff and not good at all and I don’t like doing that formally. I think my “acting” is of a bit comical nature, I like using those skills when playing with Zofijka or mocking someone a bit or something light like that, so I could play in a comedy, maybe some tragical comedy hahaha I really don’t know.
Do you have any idea for yourself? 🙂
And the actual question for today is…:
ANy drama happening in your life right now?
I think we need to clarify what drama is, or at least I have to. ‘Cause I don’t really understand this concept in general I guess. Or do I? For me, drama is a lot of fuss, usually going on in a group of people, which is causing a lot of emotional distress for all interested and people acting impulsively and often like in a drama and sometimes even attention-seeking, but no one actually knows what it’s all about, but despite all that some people like to get into or cause dramas. Or anyway any drama that I have ever been witnessing or somehow involved in was hard to figure out for myself, what do they actually make suh a drama about? It might be that I’m just too socially awkward and stuff, or just not a drama type of person so I don’t get it. Or maybe I do get it right? What drama means for you?
Anyways, back to the drama, or lack thereof, in my life. 😀 So as you can guess now I think, no, I don’t think there is much going on in my life that I could call a drama, there are rarely such things, because I simply hate dramas and making fuss of anything, so I don’t involve in dramas usually, and if I ever have to witness such things it’s very disorienting and in a way also cringy. Unless there is a real and important cause for making drama of course, then it’s not cringy, but can also be disorienting, but I wonder if something like this still could be called a drama. THere are some intense things going on in my life, like now that I quitted therapy with my last therapist, and have been talking with Mum about very intense stuff and figuring out a lot about it on my own (I maybe could say that I have an internal drama because of that because it’s really really intense) and then there is my aunt who has been sick and just had surgery a couple days ago, but… yeah, I don’t know if such things could be called dramas, I think not really. Our Zofijka is in the “drama stage” of development, she’s in her early teens and also very extroverted, so I often do hear about her school dramas, which are very, veery weird and cringy, and I guess that’s all I can say on this very confusing topic.
So, how about dramas in your life? How would you define a drama in this context, do you see it the way I do? 🙂