i’m watching the DVDs from past KDC concerts right now while i do my math hw because there’s never anything good on tv anymore. so anyway, hahaha if you have no idea what i’m talking about, i apologize. but not really. familiarize yourself. :P hahaha
bahahaha honestly, the only reason i can’t take this dance seriously is because that’s the dance where the guy who was taping us for the news fell off the stage because he couldn’t see where he was going. and it was live. like the news was live. so onnn tv, you see the camera on the dancers, then it’s on the ceiling of the auditorium. bahahahaha omg. sooo hilarious. that was definitely a great start to our morning, especially since we had to be there for the news at like 5 or some shit.
awww me and twinny twin stood riiight next to each other in “just a freak” :) hahaha she was a mere 7th grader, and i was a 9th grader. sooo sweet. bahaha. that dance was ridiculous, but i loved it.
my goodness gracious. this dance was awesome. and the principal company was so strong back then. :)
i’m really really appreciative that they took the time to come to my shows and performances and drove me back and forth to rehearsals and paid for costume stuff and whatever. like it’s amazing. and now i know how it feels to be a “proud mommy.” i have so many dance babies, and seeing how happy and alive they are on stage is just fantastic. i love my job. so so much. ad i love my kids even more.
if you’re going to make your costume different from everyone else’s, you should really be the BEST dancer on the stage. the difference in costume will make the audience assume that you are supposed to be featured. i do NOT appreciate when people feature themselves in THEIR OWN number. that’s just cocky and conceited, in my own opinion. you’re already getting credit and recognition as the choreographer. let someone else shine in your number. for real. that’s what you’re doing as a choreographer. you’re passing on your knowledge and your vision and allowing someone else to bring it to life on stage. you know? anyway, the basic point of this post was to say that if you want to bring attention to yourself by having a costume that is different from the other dancers, you better DAMN WELL be the best dancer out there.
in this particular case, you certainly were NOT. and that’s so sad. my goodness. cause now, you’re just seen as a pompous bitch instead of a visionary.
during concert and all that, i would always be outside waiting with the kids, so i never got to actually watch it. but it was beautiful. i loved it. :)
if the costume is “black sweat pants,” that means BLACK MOTHER FUCKING SWEAT PANTS! not black leggings. not black jazz pants. none of that bullshit. get yourself to walmart or don quijote or literally anywhere and buy some sweat pants. i buy mine for like $7 at walmart. soooo yup. there you go. i hate when costumes are meant to look a certain way and then certain people go and fuck it up. okay. rant is over.
like straight up. this is a “no, really though” moment. watch her. she works it. hahaha.
hahahaha what did “massive attack” have to do with anything? idk maybe i should ask sean. i LOVE LOVE LOVE kaui and her face in “massive attack” though ;) it’s always great to watch her in hip-hop stuff. no really.
hahahaha no really though. i’m gonna go ahead aaand do the next set of math things for my math class. it’s not due til march 2nd. ahahahaha, oh well. i’ll have more shit to do later in the semester, might as well do it now. :)
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- Me: Haha, yup. Like a fox.
- Erin: Yes, it's very foxy!
- Me: HAHAHAHA.