Hey there, diary. It's your favorite short drummer, Ross Federman here. Today, I want to talk about something that has been on my mind lately - my height.

Being the shortest member of Tally Hall has always been a bit of a sore spot for me. Andrew likes to tease me about it all the time, and sometimes it gets under my skin. But recently, I've started to see things from a different perspective.

Sure, being short can have its disadvantages. People often underestimate me or don't take me seriously because of my height. And let's not even get started on trying to reach things on high shelves - it's like an impossible mission for me.

But you know what? Being short also has its perks. For one thing, I never have trouble finding legroom in cramped spaces like airplanes or cars. And when we're touring with the band and staying in hotels with small beds, guess who always sleeps comfortably? That's right - yours truly.

I used to be self-conscious about my height, but now I embrace it as part of what makes me unique. After all, if everyone were the same height and size, life would be pretty boring wouldn't it?

Plus, being short gives me a different perspective on things literally and figuratively speaking). When everyone else is looking at something from eye level or above,I'm down here seeing things from a whole new angle.I notice details that others might miss,and that can be really valuable in our lineof work

So maybe being short isn't so bad afterall.Maybe Andrew just needs togive his necka breakfrom craning upat everybodyelse.And hey,maybe he'llcome aroundto appreciatingmy staturetoo.Who knows,right?

I may not bethe tallest guyin theroom,but Imake upforitwithmysick drumming skillsand awesomesenseof humor.So yeah,I maybeshortbutIm definitelynot lackingin other areas.If anything,thisheightenedperspectiveonlifehas helpedme seetheworlddifferently,andthatcanonlybeagoodthing,right?