Monday, February 27, 2006

Back to Los Angeles......hmmmmmm. I'm not sure how I feel about that. I have this constant issue with being in Los Angeles versus being back home in Virginia Beach. I've considered going back for a period year and see how that felt. I don't know, I just kinda wonder how long I'll do this. At the same time I am actively pursuing my career. I'm just having a lot of conflicting thoughts that's all.

While I was home my sister-in-law gave me a book about relationships, actually I knew she had it and asked her for it. It's quite interesting, including some things I hadn't really thought about. Timing is very important and things happen when they are supposed least that what I hear. I wasn't supposed to have this book 6 months ago, two years ago or seven years ago. I'm supposed to have it now AND I'm actually reading it!

I'm starting to actually convince myself that I want to fit some other things in my life and it's kinda scary to be honest. I remember how I felt when I moved from New York and from Virginia. I can't leave, I've worked entirely too hard and smart and things are going too well and ........right? I can't leave. I can't leave. I can't leave. Oh yeah, I love my agents too. They are the best, all of them.


Bonnie said...

The cool thing about this industry, this business, this career choice is this:

You can pick it back up at any time.

So, you go home, have some of the life you're craving these days, and then when/if you begin to crave this life again, you come back to it. You know how to work it and it's not going anywhere.

Who knows? Maybe a 50-year-old Stephon Fuller books even MORE than a 30-year-old Stephon Fuller! Could be!

Whatever you choose to do, enjoy the fact that you've done a great job at this career and that you'll always be welcomed back with open arms, should you choose to return.

And... you can also always retire from acting and find something else that truly fulfills you. I sure did that!

Good luck with the decision-making process!

Stephon Fuller said...

Hey Bonnie,

Who knows what I'll do, I don't even know! That's okay though. I'll just take it day by day. Thank you!!