Wednesday, February 8, 2012

At the Present Time...

I'm...
  • On a Wind At My Back marathon. That's my favorite show! Made by Canada's Sullivan Entertainment its better than Road to Avonlea...even though all you ever hear about is Anne of Green Gables.
  • Working on choregraphy to What Love Really Means with a very talented young dancer who's a lot of fun to work with.
  • Teaching the twelve little girls in my class their Swan Lake dance. They have so much energy. I'm always hoarse after class. When they come up and hug me and tell me that I'm, "The best ballet teacher!" it's a really great feeling!
  • Working on my own piece for the recital
  • Anatomy and Physiology is interesting, certainly beats Chemistry!
  • Les Miserable is becoming one of my favorite books, definitely fills the description of a classic.
  • Just found out that Ballet Magnificat! will be performing near us! I've been wanting to see them for years. I'm very excited!
  • Eating toast with hummus and avocado, quite nice.
  • Enjoying my new favorite High Kings song, Red Is The Rose.
  • The upcoming election. I find politics interesting, though I have very decided beliefs that not many politicians vote in favor of. :)
  • Preparing for the dance competition at the end of this month.
  • I've cut back on time spent on the Internet.
  • Eating Bittersweet Chocolate...or any kind of chocolate for that matter.
  • Reading Tim Tebow's book
  • In awe of how great God's plan is and of how amazing He is. He's shown me that I need to trust Him more, believe in faith for Him to accomplish what to my little mind seems to think impossible. He is above my wildest imaginations.

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  1. I was with you all the way, until Tim Tebow's book :) Reading that caught me by surprise actually. Do you like football? How's the book?

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    1. Sorry Megan, I just saw this! I like reading about any Chistian athletes, it inspires me. :) But no, I don't really care for football. :) My favorite part of the book was the part about his childhood, it was really good.

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