I strongly believe that nothing is too hard to accomplish. I think it’s about proving that it is possible. I know in my gut that there is a positive outcome to everything we do, it may not be right away, but when it happens, that is when change occurs and the impossibilities of it all, are proved wrong.
A bit about me:
I was quite a peculiar child and highly observant. While other kids were playing the horn and running track and field. I was working in the entertainment industry, illegally might I add, just to run food and drinks to cast and crew.
I remember the first producer that handed me twenty bucks. He told me to get some food. Then he booked me a hotel room and told me to stop sleeping in my car and to make sure I came back to work the next day.
When I graduated high school I had accrued six banker boxes of documents regarding my life in foster care. Social workers, doctors, lawyers, teachers, neighbors, and the police, they all had a file in there on me. It was black and white. All of the color and story had been taken out of my experience. I took the six banker boxes, my perspective, and my experiences and added the life back to them.
Sunny Lane is inspired by the extraordinary bond between two cousins as they go through their rights of passage in the foster care system
I can’t wait to share with you!