In high school, I had a worse experience in not being a team player. Once in high school, I join the dance department as well and as the drill team as the only boy on our team. Being that I was a new member and the only guy, in my head I knew I had to be the best, and that exactly what I did I was in the front of every dance and everyone in the school and surrounding schools knew me and what I had worked so hard to be the best at. In becoming the best my head once again became big; I would blow off my school work and not care about my fellow classmates’ feeling and would make fun of them. Although I made fun of people, I still was able to stay on top as a drill team captain as well as a member on the all-city dance line.
I am excited to see the way in which my mind and body will connect together as one. Honestly never having taken dance before in my entire life and I do not know what to expect. When my friends and I go dancing I always seem to be the one that is off beat. I hope that this class will help me improve upon these skills so that the next time we go out they will be shocked by how amazing my new set of dancing skills are. I say this because I really want to be able to feel the beat of the rhythm of any type of music.
When thinking of comparing two things, I was having a hard time deciding on what I should discuss but it then dawned on me, I should write about something that was an enormous part of my life. Dance has played a huge role in my childhood as I participated in ballet for eleven years and tap for six. As a three year old all I did was beg to my parents to let me join a dance studio. I was the one and only three year old in the dance company. When my dance teacher informed me that she would soon be offering tap dance, I could not help but feel the need to participate.
But I want to point one girl out that has left a huge impact on my life. Kenzie. You have been my number one supporter, a best friend, and a teammate. After every game I could not wait to get a text from you telling me what I did well and how much you loved me. I don’t think you understand how much you have mentally helped me this year.
We should educate ourselves a little about Mexican Folklore. What I’m more passionate about is dancing. Since I was a little girl I’ve been dancing in all the parties, family reunions, clubs, and about anywhere there is music. I believe rhythm is in my blood. I think everyone as a children has the dream of one day to become someone famous in life.
People dance at weddings, and parties and times of happiness. However, this may also show the superficial and short-lived happiness we feel when dancing, for a while you can be consumed by that feeling of leaving all your worries behind. As an audience we are given the image of a more youthful Mrs Johnstone able to dance the night away, being told she looks like Marilyn Monroe, which is in great contrast to the single parent and weary mother we see before us. Dancing continues to play a part s the boys grow up, later we see – ‘Mrs Lyons enters waltzing with a very awkward fourteen year old Edward’. Earlier on we dancing as a part of adult life, a tool for socialising and escape, but here maybe also as a metaphor for life.
Throughout grade school I competed in many dance competitions, solo and group dances and have been on 3-dance teams in my entire life. I still love to dance and I don’t think it is a love that one ever loses. I turn to dance to make me happy and have no problems busting a move whenever the opportunity presents itself. 2. Yes, I see many ritualistic dances of primitive societies to commemorate death, healing, or praise.
From my opinion this movie over a whole was great. Real reactions to real situation’s. It kept me interested with the kid’s witty banter towards their dance class as well as everything around them. To some people dance is just a hobby but to some of these kids it’s their dream to become a famous dancer, they would prefer this for their career when they grow up. Honestly my favorite part of the documentary would be when
Osborne recently graduated at the top of her class. Some people may wonder how could a person with such a hurtful and confused background overcome those issues and still come out on top. “You just have to encourage and push yourself, and along the way do the same for others.” Osborne says being able to understand others pains and problems helped her to deal with hers as well. The passing of her mother at young age made her appreciate the little things in life. She became captain of her basketball team her senior year.
I missed the third winter guard competition because I was out of town. Although I made everyone aware ahead of time, it still affected the guard. There were holes in the drill, but everyone performed, and pulled through with a second place. I am proud of what our group did, and how well they did, even though we were not together as a whole. It was a fantastic performance, and it made me proud to be a part of the Las Vegas High School Color Guard.