Audition Season

Audition season officially began for me today as I attended my very first audition of the year. As numbers are pinned onto leotards and judges sort through application papers, it is quite nerve wracking. At my age, directors are looking beyond summer intensive acceptance, and they are taking company positions into consideration…

You only have one class to show the judges what you can do. That one class might be worth major scholarship money to pay for an entire summer of training, and it can give you a reputation for a potential job! As stressful as it can be, it is so neat to take master classes from different ballet directors, and I love experiencing their unique teaching style. I am so grateful that they take so much time to tour around the country to host these auditions. In the end, I try not to worry about the results or my future as a dancer because I know that God has a plan for me. If this is what I am meant to do, I will be at the right company at the right time… It will all work out how it is suppose to. Good luck to all of my readers who are auditioning this season!

“The person who worries reveals his lack of trust in God and that he is trusting too much in self.”

~Lee Roberson

Photo Credits: The wonderful, Ms. Carol. Thank you so much for these!

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The Dress

the dress!

After searching and searching….searching… and searching for a dress to wear for Homecoming next weekend, I FINALLY FOUND THE ONE! Not only is it my favorite color, but it is fits me so well!! Now, it is time for the real struggle that always drains my idea bucket: hair styles/makeup/nails/etc… 🙂

This year’s theme: ‘New York, New York!’

-Lastly, get ready for the America Library of Poetry contest RESULTS IN 3 DAYS!