In life, you will realize there is a role for everyone you meet. Some will test you, some will use you, some will love you, and some will teach you. But the ones who are truly important are the ones who bring out the best in you. They are the rare and amazing people who remind you why it’s worth it.
#Trust those people who can know the reason behind these three thing;
1-#Pain behind your #smile ,
2-#Love behind your #anger &
3-#Reason behind your #silence .
Allah never said this road would be easy..
Allah (swt) said I will be with those who have patient. ♡
Sometimes, some people get me wrong when it's something I've said or done sometimes you feel there is no fun that's why you turn and run but now I truly realise some #people don't wanna #compromise well I saw them with my own eyes spreading those #lies and well I don't wanna live a lie, too many sleepless nights not mentioning the fights lol 🤺🤺😂😂
I'm walking away from the #troubles in my life, I'm #walking away oh to find a better day lol🙉🙈🙊
Well, the run of "Jim, With a T" is done. It has been an amazing experience, and the final show was a great way to end it.
Never fear though, it's definitely not the end of the show. I will be making moves to perform this show all over, so keep your eyes peeled fpr details of when I am bringing it to you!
A couple of shout outs are in order today. Ben Tombs for his hard work every night, and to both Ben and Morven Smith for the opportunity to perform this show in the fringe. Sophia Kalo for her hard work and for her patience with my process (changing the show a day out, removing songs, etc. etc.). To my entire family for coming from far and wide to see the show and support me. I can't tag that many people, but y'all know who you are. Leon for being a bloody good support, a creative consult, and pushing me through my "Why the fuck did I do this?" moments (of which there were many). My dad, Daryl Green, for all his support and work over this week, taking the role of pack horse and driver. And lastly, to everyone who came and shared their time with my show. It means a lot.
Today is actually Jim Henson's birthday. He would have been 81, and it was a bizarre honour and coincidence that I got to perform this show in lead up to his birthday.
Happy Birthday Jim, and thank you. X
Ten years ago on my birthday, my mum gifted me something incredible: a drawing of Kermit, signed and illustrated by Jim Henson.
At the time, my younger brother was confused as to why I was crying when I opened it, because he didn't understand what Jim Henson meant to me; how he'd shaped my life with colour, imagination, humour, and song--and how incredibly lucky I felt have been given a small piece of his world.
Happy birthday, Jim 💚