“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.
While reading this it seems that Nelly likes to flirt and have a good time. Nelly talks about how she is going to live in Chicago and get singing lessons and doing different adventure, she tells her friend that she is engaged but does not where the ring on her finger but have it on a necklace. Nelly’s friend moved to Denver for collage but found out that Nelly was teaching sixth grade in Riverbend school when she graduated. Nelly was going to marry a person named Scott during the springtime, she decided to join a Baptist church, and she was going to be baptize. The baptize was going to take place where Nelly and her friend did their play the next day Nelly’s friend went to see her and she seem sad.
Those days were always the best three weeks I 've had in my life just because I 've always wanted to be a dancer and the fact that I was able to even perform at MY party was amazing, and we always practiced for three hours, so you really know that we couldn’t mess up. Of course, we would take our little breaks in between our rehearsal, honestly what got a lot better was that I was able to dance to my favorite singer, her name is Jennifer Lopez, I 've always wanted to be like her growing up, she also dances and I let my teacher know about that and we watched her video to the song that I was going to dance too and we added a lot of her dance moves into my routine and I literally felt like I was dancing just like her. It got even better, the whole idea of it being it a surprise dance is that no one of my family member 's or anyone I knew was able to go in there with me because it would defeat the whole purpose of it being a surprise.
I was lucky to have been able to interview Larissa at that time; she hadn’t joined Diablo Ballet until January, after the Winter Ballet Gala. She is one of the most beautiful dancers that I have ever seen, which may be because she has to been to, as she explained it “the best of the best”: the National Ballet School of Canada. Though she admitted that it may have been too large of a leap for her, a sixteen-year-old at the time, she knows that the experience has taught her many valuable lessons about ballet, given her the opportunity to meet amazing people, and have exceptional experiences. She did say, “Mostly, that high-stress situation led to me being the victim of the stereotype, and not knowing how to deal with stress at sixteen, away from home”; the stereotype she was referring to is the issue of being unsatisfied with her body and weight. Larissa had
When i was a little i was going to gymnastics and i see and smell the sweat from how hard the cheerleaders where working and doing there routine and i asked my mom "can i do that" and she said "of course". That was when i was four years young and it has been a long and great exprience.
(Adeline) Jun-ling Yen is an eight-year-old girl, living in Shanghai with her parents. In the beginning of Chapter 11, her father and stepmother return, after three months away – Adeline and her other sibling spent this time joyous and more carefree than when her parents were home. In addition, a close friend of Adeline’s Aunt – Mrs Huang, gave ducklings as presents for all of the children. At home, Jun-ling was maltreated and usually got the end of the stick – in this case, she was given the smallest and scrawniest duckling, but she made a decision to look after it well – she spent her weekends digging up worms for it. One dinnertime, Adeline’s father decided to see how well their dog, Jackie’s, obedience lessons were going, as they were
I laughed and looked at the TV, where a movie was playing. Last Saturday one of my best friends, Dakota, and I went to Rollercade. It wasn’t planned at all. She spent the night at my house Friday night, and on Saturday we watched movies all day. We watched Clueless, Revenge Of The Bridesmaids, and a couple others.
A Memorial Childhood Experience Throughout my childhood, my family wasn 't the most affluent. One day when we were shopping at Marshall Fields, my mom was approached by a young lady completing raffle tickets for a brand new Ford vehicle. She convenience my mom to join the raffle, even thought my mom was very particular about giving her personal information out. About one month later, we received a call stating we did not win the car, but we did however win an all expense paid trip to Disney World Orlando. That was the best call ever received in my childhood.
Sadie perceived that neither of them cared about the drawing, even though Wade was already 15, they were so busy focusing on their careers and life they didn’t seem to be bothered by it. It was a surprisingly pleasant day now, six days until Sadie’s birthday. Sadie, Adelyn, and Wade all attend Blackwater Community School and they all have the same classes together. Sadie calls a meeting at lunch where they can talk about what they are going to do this week. (The last week they have before the
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.
Bella is the last one standing after a long period of time. Belle and Bella won the Grand Ballet that year. All the participants and their families were invited to the awards ceremony. At the awards ceremony, Belle and Bella were awarded a trophy to represent their accomplishment.