Found these words in my phone notes- made a kid's book character out of them ^^^ #acting#characterdevelopment :
The butterfly catcher chases butterflies.
Her decisions are unexpected and she follows her impulses.
If someone doesn't like her or thinks she's “too much”, they aren't right to live in her world.
The butterfly catcher gives deep conversations, skips the introductions and wants to get to know the soul of a person.. Even if the person isn't complex.
The butterfly catcher wants to give positive energy.
She is always looking for a good story. She forgets the internet exists and lives her life as though she's caught inside a romantic film.
The butterfly catcher openly stares at someone when it's silent.
She'll hold the gaze for a bit too long and then look away, only to bring it back with a smile and conversation.
If she feels negative she'll pretend she can hear a song.
She wants to know about people, for she hasn't seen the world in detail, but only the world's beautiful shell. Who are people, really?
She likes physical affection, but doesn't think it needs to lead to anything (especially not right away).
She will happily roll around on the earth, destroying her clothes.
She savours the first touch. And the second and the third and the fourth.
She's curious and it's dangerous.
She takes the wheel; she controls the situation (unless it's already being taken care of).
She thinks creatively; she thinks without limitations.
(She's catches butterflies and puts them in her stomach).
National School of Character Montrose School has a very robust advising program. With the guidance of a personally invested advisor, each student is given the opportunity to make the most of her strengths and talents, develop a spirit of service, and cultivate respect for others.