I grew up in Grafton, WI. I did not care for the weather, unless I was at a Packer game. Then I didn’t even notice the weather. My grandpa had season tickets for the family at the 50 yard line. Any time my family had the chance to go, we went. I think I’ve seen 4 or 5 games at Lambeau field.
I grew up loving the Packers, even when we were losing with our quarterback Majkowski, “The Magic Man.” Now, the Packer fan madness is everywhere thanks to Brett Favre. But that’s the thing, it didn’t always used to be that way. When we were loosing, I still had fun. I loved the game and I loved the atmosphere.
I’m not one of those fans that goes berzerk if we lose or hate people from the other teams. That stuff seems silly and unnecessary. I do have a fun time celebrating though!
There are a lot of “losing” moments in the beginnings of an acting career. I don’t really consider them as losing, but more as learning. It sounds dumb and cheesy, but it gets me through my day and helps me to not harp on things that are out of my control. I’m thankful that I grew up in Wisconsin, one of the nicest states in the country. I didn’t really get into acting that much as a kid, but the little I dabbled into, I was supported. My family has always supported me no matter what I do and that’s pretty amazing. I hear awful stories of people not being supported or loved by their families and it’s a damn shame.
Some day I’ll evolve into my Brett Favre or Aaron Rodgers stardom, I feel as though I’m getting closer with every moment.