Her skill in dancing lead her into many concerts and her most famous dance called “The Fire Bird” won her many awards. She met face to face with the president and received a “Woman of the year award”. She was honored and loved by her tribe and family, but it wasn't just the woman of the year award that made her happy. It was her grandmother’s respect after she received an award from her grandma called Wa-Xth-Thonba (Woman of Two Worlds). Maria didn’t get all of those awards by just dancing.
Her performing career was pretty smooth sailing throughout her life due to the connections and having great musicians as her close friends to perform chamber music together. Not only did she play new pieces composed by her husband and her friends, she also played masterpieces of the late baroque and classical period, which shone her from other pianists of that period as it was not common then. Clara Wieck was thankful for her father’s strictness as she believed this had a strong impact on bringing her up as a substantial
The short story “Miss. Brill” authored by Katherine Mansfield is about the protagonist of the story Miss Brill and her weekly Sunday jaunt to the Jardin Publiques. Miss Brill goes to the park to hear the band play and to people watch. Mansfield portrays Miss Brill as a lonely, elderly woman who is denial that she is aging and in an attempt to alleviate her loneliness, creates a fantasy world where she is an actress on stage and the strangers in the park are her ensemble. Miss Brill gets great enjoyment from her weekly visit to the park and she receives satisfaction from observing others and their interactions and by eavesdropping on their conversations which is evident when Mansfield writes “Oh how fascinating it was!
An example of a hero is Martha from The Secret Garden. Although she doesn’t necessarily save anyone from anything tragic, she seems as if she would be Mary’s Hero. She is encouraging, positive, and caring. When Mary first arrived at Misselthwaite Manor, she was a contrary little girl that hated the moor when she first saw it. However, Martha finally encouraged her to go play in the moor with stories about her brother, Dickon, and what adventures he had in the moor.
Some people assume that I have been dancing here my whole life because of my connection to the girls and my improvement over the years, but truthfully I started dancing at Spotlight when I was in fifth grade. A good friend of mine from school, Alexa, had always talked to me about how much she loved this studio and how great the people were there. I had danced when I was younger but left the sport to plays soccer for several years. Dance was always within me, and it finally came to the point that I knew I wanted to continue to do what I previously had loved. I decided to go to the fall open house and check out the dance studio.
Even people tried to touch their dreams and got through quite a lot problem in the process of effort, most of them will still get failures and fall down from the sky to the ground. However, it is important to hold fast to dreams and get experience from the process of chasing dreams. “Hold fast to dreams,for when dreams go, life is a barren field frozen with snow. (Hughes, 8).” This piece of text shows us without chasing dreams, life will lose vitality and become colorless. Also, people will always feel regret if they have never try.
Sal wanted to hold it and she thought it might come back to life. Sal says, “At first I didn’t like the idea. What was wrong with having just me? My mother, father, and I were our own little unit,” (page 135). When Sal heard that her mother was going to have another child she didn’t like it.
These deep-rooted values have been passed on from the generation which is continued by the strong value of family that we have that can be seen in the way we live our lives to become successful to gain money and support each other. With a Filipino family, it makes me to be a persistent and determined from the importance of being successful. The future is important for my race so I can give back to my family with the education and money I earn. It was taught give back to family with all the support they have given. My family’s life would be easier if I help them when I get successful.
It was a perfect day, August 1, 2006. Warm and sunny, and to make it even better, it was my 12th birthday. I went for another stroll outside after the party was over, after asking my mom just like every other day. I went to so many places. I walked around a few lakes, went up a couple hills, and even found a stray puppy with no collar.
I was six when I had my first dance recital and I was disappointed that I did not have a bigger role. To be fair, I had just started dancing but was determined to not be a little kid and dance with my friends. After my dance was over my mom came over to me and told me how proud of me she was. I was satisfied. After a time, I started losing interest in dance, it would always interfere with my after school activities, and the dances started to get harder as well.
When she moved she started to go to Beverly Vista School. She didn 't like going to her new school. At school she would get teased because of her race. Betty wouldn 't listen to the kids that would teased her she just kept on dancing. She would get teased also about her name but didn 't care she loved her last name, Tallchief.
Memories I have with her is going to the cabin and going on trips. I love her because she is my sister. She likes candy and loves her dog and she dislikes sour food and almonds. Four descriptive words about her she is thoughtful, curious, bossy, and loving. As you can see you read about my family we like to go on trips and we go to our cabin most weekends.
To this day, performance offers me that same joy and freedom, but it has been enhanced by the knowledge that I can help others escape their realities too. That empowerment has facilitated focus in my artistic pursuits and made them my life’s purpose. As I grew, I began dance lessons, sang in more advanced choirs, and auditioned for community theatre shows, performing in my first musical around age seven. I found I loved Musical Theatre far more than any other art form, despite my young age preventing me from articulating this passion. I auditioned for as many shows as possible and faced rejection
Neshaminy Interact Club is a service learning organization. The goal of Neshaminy interact is to help make the world a better place. They have projects going on throughout the year. The projects I participated in while in Neshaminy Interact club are engaging, excellent and ethical. Neshaminy Interact is engaging because I felt fulfilled in the project that I participated in.
Participatory citizens active and helpful in their community by volunteering and by organizing different events. In the Background Essay it says “Participatory ctizens take a more active role in the affairs of their community. They volunteer to serve on community committees and organize community events. They organize the coat drive for the homeles, coordinate the community blood driv, host the neighborhood block club, or serve on the city council. Participatory citizens look after their fellow citizens.