Once there was a kind girl named Macy. She was having a party for fun. She invited all her friends. Once all the guests arrived.They had so much fun until there was this weird knock at the door. One girl was brave enough to open the magical door which was luckily next to the stairs so if somting bad happened the could run upstairs and hide or run for there life .So when she opened the door it was Chica The Chicken From the horror game Five Nights At Freddys she would normally attack but that day she was very nice she brought 60 cupcakes for us!
My grandma said very powerfully, “Aqui esta la quinceañera!” (Here is the birthday girl) All the family stopped dancing, turn around and focus their eyes on me. “You’re so beautiful! Look at the birthday girl!”, exclaimed everyone. I blush out of embarrassment and my dad ask me for a dance, I gladly accepted it. My dad guided me throughout the whole dance since I’m a clumsy dancer.
The day every girl in Eunice New Mexico dreamed about, the Father Daughter Dance. It was the day that we have all talked about and we all wanted to go. My dad was my date, he was also my best friend, we did a lot together. He was a big scary man, as all my friends thought but inside he was a teddy bear, and yes, he could be mean but then again he could be so sweet. This day was the one night out of the year that we all got to put on dresses get our hair and makeup done and look like princesses.
On a few occasions, she actually claims to eat it every day and never gets sick of it. Number Seven: Climbing the Ladder As she started out, the young girl starred mostly in television commercials. Her big break came when M. Night Shyamalan cast her to play Mel Gibson's daughter in the the blockbuster hit
Because of this, Esperanza feels like she does not deserve to feel pretty. A proof of this is when Esperanza says, “ Everybody is laughing except me, because I’m wearing the new dress, pink and white with stripes, and new under clothes, and new socks and the old saddle shoes I wear to school, brown and white, the kid I get every September because they last long and they do” (47). Esperanza notices how everyone is having a lot of fun at the party, except for herself, because she’s wearing her chanclas. The one thing that hold Esperanza back from feeling pretty and having a good time are her shoes. Her family cannot afford to get Esperanza new shoes for special occasions, so she’s stuck wearing the same shoes she wears to everyday to school to the party.
It's the most emotional dance that symbolizes the young girls first dance with her father as a women. During the waltz, the father takes the time to tell his daughter words of encouragement as she takes her first steps onto life as a new women. Everyone is touched to see such love between the daughter and the father. As soon as the father daughter dance is over it follows by doing the traditional change of the slipper. The young girl sits on a chair and her father switches her shoe into a elegant high heel.
In a Hispanic tradition growing up, its every little girl 's dream to have a huge party when you turn 15 which in Mexico we call quinceanera. It 's a party where all your loved ones go, Friends and family. It 's all something you shouldn 't forget, from all the food, to our tradition, music, dances, planning , laughter, crying , pictures , presents, and much more stuff. Its all a dream come true that we all have a day that everyone dedicates that day to you and only you . First thing for my family and I was to plan this whole party a whole 6 months ahead, or others like to do a year ahead, because of course you need to save money for the party and you have almost all your imidate family helping you out with what ever you may need, they all cooperate with any little thing,
“I went from ‘I hate how I see myself in the mirror, I am constantly analyzing myself, talking down myself, like about negative thoughts,’ to… at the end of that time, I was like, ‘Okay, I just wanna dance to music and feel like I’m moving… you know?’ and by that time I also kinda sorted out my weight issues. Not on purpose. It just kinda happened with becoming happier.” (Larissa) I met with the wonderful ballet dancer, Larissa Marie Kogut, on a sun-drenched Tuesday afternoon, minutes after her rehearsal with Diablo Ballet had ended. She greeted me with an enthusiastic smile, much like the one I had seen at my ballet studio’s production of The Nutcracker, where she had been a guest performer, acting as the Sugarplum Fairy. Thrilled to be interviewing my idol, I could barely expel the words from my mouth, which got twisted up with each other as
“Don’t be nervous.” This was the last thing my mom said to me before I entered my first audition for a ballet summer intensive. I was eleven. I did ok and I ended up getting in but like always there were things to improve on. Little did I know then that the teachers are always looking for three things; technique, confidence, and artistry. The audition was for Nutmeg Ballet Conservatory.
She had grown so much in one year and her hair was finally starting to grow. That day, the smile on her face, the way she spun around in her dress touched every heart in the building. That little girl grew our family and made the program closer and even more special than it was before. Show time was creeping upon us and we could not be more joyful to introduce our princess Leia to the crowed. Today is the day, all the girls rushed around back stage to have their hair and makeup done and slipped into their dresses ten minutes before show time.
She only had 7th and 8th grade in her middle school so it was a lot smaller that it is now. “We only had an orchestra, crafts class, and a home EC class.” “We would have a school dance almost every month. All the girls would get to the bathroom after 7th period and spray our hair and put on makeup.” Then after dances, they would get a quarter and call their parents on the wall phone. Some people that influenced Janelle’s life is her Mom, “she was always so kind and really made me who I am today.” Michael Jackson, “he was what we all listened to in my highschool years.” My friends, “they really shaped my attitude and who I am today.” Her first job was at her dad’s optometry office. “ I worked there over the summer and made ok money for the times I would go out with my friends.” A few of her other jobs were in college.