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I just knew in that very powerful moment that I would never forget this experience.I really just loved the performing aspect of it all.After breaking my hand during one of the best competitions of my life (and having to have surgery on it), I began to realize how truly unhappy I was, and even though it was ridiculously hard, and seemed almost impossible at the time to quit, I eventually did find the strength to so (I don’t think I will ever forget how sad and lost back then).My initial reaction was thinking there was no way this could have been happening. I will never forget the moment, sitting at home in my room after justifying all the reasons not to go, when I had this overwhelming feeling that I had to go.It was so powerful that it honestly felt like it pushed me out the door and to the audition.
Then the plan was to go to my dream college that had one of the best performing arts programs, then go to LA to follow my dream of being a lead actress.