I remember going to acting class, so certain that no one's ever going to know my name.
I grew up moving around. I went to seven different schools, so I know what it's like to be that new girl and have to not only know who you are but also take that into foreign circumstances and know how to respond.
When you're in an industry where you're forced to grow up so quickly, part of you never grows up, and that's a good thing.
I think what's great about your community is that it's different than anyone else's. Look around. What do you want to change? What needs to be built, or what's valuable and needs to be maintained? Is it the people? Local animals? Your parks or gardens? Hospitals?
William E. Conway, Jr.