In the Disney movie “Tangled” there's a great song number called “I've Got a Dream”. It's sung by “Gaul thugs” who at first look very scary and menacing, but who later reveal, by Rapunzel's question, that they all have dreams. They sing a merry song talking about how they all dream about happy and somewhat uncharacteristic fantasies for their monstrous appearances—like being a concert pianist, or becoming a mime, or a florist, or falling in love.
This song really speaks to me, because I am a person who still believes in dreams. We are living in a cynical society today, one that almost assures people that you can't have what you really want. That everyone settles for something. That dreams only belong to the millionaires or the big bozos in power who pull the strings.
But when I think of dreams, your dreams, my dreams, I still do think dreams come true. In fact, I think that people wishing AGAINST your dreams, telling you that you're never going to make it, is all part of their plan to discourage people from reaching out and going after what they really dream about. Maybe it's because they don't want you to succeed. Or maybe they think just because they've given up on their dreams, everyone else should do the same thing.
Not me! I have always been a supporter of my friends, family and acquaintances. I feel that no matter what a person wants to do, if he or she has good motives, and thinks positively, that FANTASTIC things can happen in that person's life! And I tell my friends that. Believe in yourself first and then others will believe you too.
I know this to be true, because I am following my dream right now. For many years, I dreamt about creating a live action comic book series. Ever since I was a little girl, aside from being an actor, I wanted to be a superhero in the same spirit of Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter), Batman (Adam West) or El Chapulin Colorado (if you know or remember him)
I am seeing my dream happen, as I have produced the first two seasons of Justice Woman. Not only is the series making noise online, but it has also earned me a couple of awards like an LA WEB FESTIVAL 2013 OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS AWARD and the H.O.L.A. 2013 EXCELLENCE IN MULTIMEDIA AWARD. It is gaining more and more recognition on the web and even offline, and I have many people to thank for this honor.
But the dream isn't finished yet. We still need to cross that final lap, the one that puts us into the mainstream. The show I produce is not just about me, but about a whole team of talented actors and crew members who work together to create a lively and relevant show. It's an edgy show and there's really nothing else like it, on TV, the Internet or the movies.
I do believe in my dreams, and know that Justice Woman is going to grow into something big. Maybe bigger than anyone ever imagined. But this can ONLY happen with your support. I didn't create this show alone, but with the help of my supporters—people like you, who believe in the cause, and in the show.
So I want to THANK YOU for all of your support. Amazing stuff is in store for our series in the coming months and I want you to feel like a part of it because you have inspired me to push forward and the least I can do is inspire you to do the same.
Start living your dream because dreams can come true!