I spent my day…
strolling through the heart of town
exploring new flavors at a local cuisine
shopping around gift-shops
taking short breaks from the summer heat
keeping coconut refreshments close at hand
letting the blissful sun stroke my skin with every gentle ray
I spent my day
strolling through the heart of this beautiful town…
Prom 2019 was the best night that I had in a very long time, and I am still in shock that it all actually happened. Memories still flood back as I scroll through the pictures…
Our limousine awaited us outside of the Thai restaurant, and we were all escorted downtown where a red carpet led into a club filled with dozens of chandeliers. I saw all of the elegant dresses and I couldn’t help but feel like I had entered a new world.
At first, we didn’t even know what to do with ourselves in such a fancy atmosphere, but the DJ was spinning beats that lured us all onto the dance floor, and we danced for hours screaming the lyrics to our favorite songs. Confetti flew through the air, and I honestly could not wipe a smile off my face. I reunited with old friends, spent time with close ones, and met many new ones as I embraced every moment prom 2019. Being asked to prom meant the world to me, and it is something that I will never forget. Honestly, I never would have even gone if it wasn’t for my friend, so I appreciate everything that he did to make the experience so wonderful for me.
I want to thank everyone so much for making me part of your night, and I loved hanging out with y’all. Prom 2019 is officially complete…
“Do not be afraid, for I know that you seek Jesus who was crucified. He is not here, for He has risen, as He said.”
I hope you all have a very blessed Easter 2019!
Get ready for a post about prom 2019, blogger award nominations, embarrassing moments, choreographic adventures, and so much more. I have tons of upcoming post ideas, so don’t go anywhere!! Thanks so much for reading, and Happy Easter!
Spring has officially arrived, and the weather has been absolutely gorgeous for the past few days! I have been fully embracing the bright blue skies as I cruise down these roads. My hair blows in the wind, and my questionable singing skills are revealed as I occasionally catch a few glances at stoplights. I know this weather will soon become replaced by the annual storms that whip through the area, so I am going to enjoy every single moment of it. I thought I would share a few songs that I have recently added to my spring playlist for 2019, so I hope you enjoy!
- The Middle by Jimmy Eat World
- Ridin’ Roads by Dustin Lynch
- If Everyone Cared by Nickelback
- Cough Syrup by Young The Giant
- Slow Fade by Ruth B.
- Amsterdam by Imagine Dragons
What have you been listening to lately? Are you familiar with any of these artists or songs? Happy Spring!!!
Have you wondered how Alice in Wonderland is coming together? Did you stop by to see which blog post won the most votes? Why is there a tutu in my title? I have lots of updates…
Alice in Wonderland is less than a week away, and these past two weeks have been so stressful (mentally and physically) as we put this entire ballet together. The cast list has been slightly adjusted, so I will now be dancing as Alice’s sister, garden flower, lead deck of cards, maid, and white queen corps de ballet. Yesterday, I was also given the responsibility to understudy the Mad Hatter due to a foot injury. I am praying that my friend gets better, but I will be sure to learn all of the choreography so that I can step in if she needs me during the long show weekend. I am excited to dance in this fun ballet, but I also am getting very nervous as all of these dancers whirl my brain in circles.
The blog post poll officially closed yesterday, and I am so excited to announce that Backstage Secrets won the most votes! I am so thankful for everyone who participated, and I will be sure to post all of these ideas at some point in the future. Right now, I am looking forward to sharing all of the weird things that dancers do before/during a show that the public doesn’t know. This will be very amusing and probably shocking to most of you. This post should be up on Tuesday, but please be patient if it gets delayed for some reason.
HAPPY TUTU DAY! (2/2/19) I know it isn’t on a Tuesday this year, but it is still a dance day worth celebrating.
Thank you for reading, and have a fantastic Superbowl Sunday! 🙂
These past few weeks have sent my brain swirling in many different directions, but none were even slightly related to blogging. I have been trying to get ready for school to begin, spend time with out-of-state family, brainstorm for a novel that I might consider writing soon, and study for my drivers license. Did I mention reading the Harry Potter series until my eyes hurt? In the end, I just want to recognize the fact that I have been so distant and apologize for my lack of support. I love blogging, and I absolutely love reading all of your posts. I haven’t forgotten about you, and I will definitely try to be better in the weeks ahead.
Childhood Movies Tag!
Thank you so much, Lydia, for nominating me to participate in this super fun tag! I really appreciate it. 🙂
- Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their blog
- Share 5 movies from your childhood
- Tag 5 other bloggers to do this tag!
- The Boss Baby
- The Little Mermaid
Cassia, Danielle, Ella, Raf, and Oxria
I hope my nominees have fun with this tag, but please do not feel obligated to participate. It is just for fun. If you are reading this and want to participate, feel free (nominated or not!) Just be sure to link back to my blog, and paste your post in the comments section below so that I can read your response. Have fun!
“I believe in America because we have great dreams, and because we have the opportunity to make those dreams come true.”
Happy Independence Day!
Wishing all of my readers and followers a safe, enjoyable, and fantastic 4th of July!