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January 14, 2018
January 14, 2018
Come to see it this Chol Hamoed Pesach 2018!
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The only Disney Princess who had ever saved the galaxy.❣ Slide 2 is the glorious @rhersheykiss 's Han Solo Slide 3 is my Han Solo 🌟Happy Purim, everyone!🌟
There's a Sherlock Holmes shrine in Toronto. Ok, it's technically called a 'collection' of everything Sherlock-related in existence, but I disagree. It's a shrine. And it's beautiful.
I'm so grateful.
💍 "Tale as old as time True as it could be..." 💍
Still got the cheeks :) #10yearchallenge
2018 is over, 2018 is gone... 🎶 It's been an incredible year. 💓 I'm so thankful for the opportunities I've received, the beautiful places I've visited, and the amazing people I've met. Looking back, it seems so unreal. 🌍🌎🌏 There are so many of these yearly highlights going around, so remember not to compare yourself to anyone. We are all on our own journey. To succeed, compare yourself to yourself. For me, 2018 was an blessed year of accomplishments, good friends, good books, and personal growth. But as Alexander Hamilton once said, "There's a million things I haven't done, just you wait..." Just you wait, 2019!⏰
Mazel on the engagement of my best friend, Aliza Spiegel, to Dani Epstein! 💙 She doesn't have instagram (bless her smart soul) so she'll probably never read this, so for all the rest of you, know that she is the most amazing, fun, and kind person ever, and I wish her all the happiness, peace, and success in life. ❤❤❤
I miss this show and the amazing crew. People have been asking me, "What's next?" Truth is, I don't know. Yet. 🎶🎶 I'm a part of the crowd in this shot, so good luck finding me. But you don't have to. People tend to dismiss the ensemble and favor those in the spotlight. But that shouldn't disregard the talent and hard work of those in the background. I feel like we as people tend to value ourselves based on how much attention we recieve, how many likes our posts we get, and how much we can outshine others. But... why? The small roles matter, the dancing of flapper 12 in the corner matters, the delivery of a seemingly insignificant line matters and can affect the show as a whole. Sometimes you shine in the spotlight and sometimes we stand down stage. Either way, you matter. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise, even yourself.
It's been a week and I'm finally posting these. What can I say? I miss everyone from @jwrc.la and I miss the stage. . So here's a quote from my favorite musical to sum it all up: "Let the moment go… Don’t forget it for a moment, though. Just remember you had an ‘and,’ when you’re back to ‘or,’ Makes the ‘or’ mean more than it did before. Now I understand— And it’s time to leave the woods." --“Moments in the Woods" (Into the Woods)
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