Tuesday, September 11, 2007

tug of war

hey i dont know if U people noticed something, but I felt the guys were a lot better at the imaginery tug of war we had than the girls. but then again, when its a question of brains versus brawns we all know who wins right??


So this is an acting class and I guess I've kinda had expirence so I'm going to write about that. First off let me say that this expierence I speak of is weak and limited. I did competitive speach in highschool if anyone here is firmiliar with the world of suits begals and stress on 6:30 am on saturdays during highschool you'll be in agreement that speech and debate teams don't really teach you how to act. Sure they claim to make you not shy infront of a group but that group is a bunch of people you'll never see. I guess thats why I've felt so scared in class so far. Sure I know a few people but getting graded for something I can't completely controll plainly scares me. I guess all there is to do is play by the one true role I learned on the speech team that applies to the real world and thats the first person who notices that you're embaressed is yourself.


So for my blog i sat and watched the girls club soccer game, and since i played in highschool all four years i love to watch soccer. Well anyways it started raining and this just brought back memories from my senior year when we played a team in a down pour. the touch of the rain on your skin and you run and the way it dripped off my semi long hair it all came rushing back to me. I loved the game and the girls team won and it was good, but the expereince was so real it just came back to me. It was like i was already back in the game makeing a run up the left side of the field for the flag to make a cross towards goal.


I really enjoyed that feeling exercise size as well. When our group did the spaghetti I really could feel it warmly slipping through my fingers. It seemed so real that it actually made me really hungry....good thing I ate lunch after the exercise..but for our assignment I sat while watching the Bengals football game and just listened to the crowd, they were going nuts. And I know how senses have such a strong tie to memories and while I heard that crowd it took me back to my very first Bengals game and just brought back all those emotions and smells....


Congrats to TBone for correctly guessing Shania Twain...

Here are this week's "little" superstars. Can you tell who these four fabulous youngsters are?

5 pts. for each correct guess, 25 if you get all four at the same time.
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