But then I asked Stephen something like that dreaded question, "Do I look fat in this dress?"
Hang ON, people! Don't jump to the conclusion that STEPHEN body-shamed me! He did NOT! Whew!
What I asked him, specifically, was to put on his Actor Hat, and from the POV of a casting director who did not have a thirty-year history with me, would he book me, hot as I am, for someone 18-30? He never touched the issue of my figure. He focused on AGE, because that was what I was asking about.
We agreed that, if the post had said, "18 - 30's" that I should go ahead and submit. But because it said "18 - 30" that really what they were looking for was "no one older than 27". So I got dressed in some cute clothes and didn't take the picture and didn't worry about submitting. But after I got dressed, I realized that I still do judge myself, sometimes unrealistically.
|wearing the EXACT SAME top I wore to Costco before Labor Day!|
The following two pics are mostly for you bloggers out there... don't we all just want to share our "BEST" selves? Isn't that a crazy thought? Why shouldn't we just share our REAL selves, for better or worse?
|a PHOTO of the potential PHOTOS|
(because I couldn't reach the
"take snapshot" button on the webcam
with my finger or toe to get
my BELLY in the same frame with my FACE)
|what I go through to get you kids a good picture!|
This is just a "print screen" cropped in Paint.net
Welcome BACK, China! It's been awhile!