Hey everyone! Today, I thought it would be fun to share “A Day In My Life” and allow you to have a small peak into my routine throughout the week. I wanted to try something new and a little different on Maysa Rose, so I hope that you like this post!
7:00 AM: I finally decide to roll out of bed after pressing the SNOOZE button on my alarm at least twice.
8:00 AM: I load my backpack, lunch, dance bag, and purse into the trunk of my car and head to school.
8:40 AM- 1:15 PM: I arrive at school and bounce from class to class listening to lectures. My favorite time of day… (not really)
1:20 PM: I begin my 30 minute commute to the dance studio.
1:50ish PM: I finally reach the studio, do my hair, get changed, and cram food in my mouth before I head to class.
2:15- 5:30 (occasionally 6:30 PM): Ballet class and rehearsals
6:00 (occasionally 7:00 PM): I get home, eat dinner, shower, do laundry, and prepare for the next day.
8:00 PM- 12:30 AM (typically but varies): Homework and study
There you have it; this is the average day in the life of me! Let me know in the comments if you enjoyed this or if there are any posts that YOU would like to see… Have a great Wednesday! 🙂
~Photo Credits: Richard Jean-Louis
As I savor these last few hours left of Spring Break, I recall:
how much chocolate that I have consumed in such a small time frame…
the 30 hours I spent in a Drivers Education classroom…
camping with my family over the weekend on the waterside…
and remembering how fast it has gone…
What a week!
The floor is the canvas, and my feet are the paint
Creating an artwork that opens the gate
for a million stories that simply await.
We are almost finished with WEEK 3 of the intensive! I am shocked at how fast these past few weeks have gone, and I am so thankful to have learned as much as I have within this short amount of time. It is going to be great to go home soon and see my parents again, but it’s going to be hard to part with these INCREDIBLE instructors. They are so hands on and focus on a lot of important technical aspects that are so important. I am going to soak up as much as I possibly can as I go into this last week. 🙂 Happy Dancing!
My body is thankful that this weekend is over, but my heart longs for this festival to repeat itself. It was an incredible experience, and I learned so much in such a short amount of time… From all of the classes to the wonderful performance, I am so proud of all my extremely talented friends! I enjoyed dancing with every single one of you, and I am so proud to dance beside you always… You guys are awesome.
*Also, I have to share that I took my very first Turkish Dance class this weekend! We were given a list of class options that we could choose from during the day, and I decided to try something new for my first class on Sunday… It was definitely different, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. 🙂 Have any of you ever taken Turkish? Would you, if you were given the opportunity?