The storytelling monologue, is pointing at themes I am generally gravitating towards: Challenges we face when going through rites of passage, as we transition into adulthood, as we try to learn the world around us and become part of it, and especially when our expectations about it are not met. Something fascinating is happening in the glitch between fantasy and reality. This glitch is also apparent in our behaviour as we wear different masks during our lifetime. What are the roles we accept and how do we perform them, how do we perform our life and what happens when we fail to perform the role we were given. As Erving Goffman (1956) explains, what we think of as the expression of self, is often monitored, voluntarily or involuntarily, by us, in order to create a particular impression. Possibly because of my experience with performing arts, I have become interested in everyday life "performances". The way we act on several roles, such as being a woman, a father, a teacher, all the things that we do while trying to keep this role and the moments when the performance fails.