As far back, as I can remember, I have wanted to be someone else. When I was four years old, I sat on my life size rocking horse, rocking back and forth, singing "Downtown", by Petula Clark. I think that from that moment on, I wanted to be a famous singer. Not long after that, my mother took me to see the movie "Dr. Doolittle", the original one, with Rex Harrison. The female star, was a very beautiful British actress, Samantha Eggar. I knew there and then, that I wanted to be an actress and a singer. I did indeed go on to get my Bachelor of Arts in Theatre. I never had the self confidence to walk into an audition, and feel that without question, I was the best one in the room. I always felt too heavy, too brunette, too sexually inexperienced, as I was quite young. I believe that I have never felt comfortable in my own skin. It didn't matter that I was often told by strangers, how pretty I was. The point is, I was always feeling "not good enough". Only now, in my middle age, am I beginning to accept who I was made to be. I was made to be me. You are made to be you. It is only when we can truly be happy and content with who we are, that we can be happy. Choose to be you!