This morning I was able to sleep until 9:30. Then I got up and got ready to go. We had to get to the theatre by 10:45 for my daughter’s solo. She danced it very well today. She received a silver. We stayed and watched a duo that my daughter wanted to see, then we drove back home, because she didn’t have to dance again until tonight. When we got home, we sat in my room talking for quite some time. Then I went downstairs on the treadmill for about 35 minutes. I got cleaned up and we had supper. Then we had to leave and drive back downtown to the theatre. I sat in the lobby for a bit, then my parents arrived and we went into the theatre. We watched a few jazz solos and a fun adult category before my daughter’s category. I enjoy watching the adult dances, I’d sign up, but we can’t really afford it. It looks like a lot of fun though and I did enjoy the adult tap that I took years ago when we were dancing in Beaumont. This was her jazz dance. They did really really great! They killed it! It was probably the best they’ve ever danced it. They all thought so, as did their teacher!! Apparently the adjudicator and I don’t agree…or perhaps she’s partially blind and didn’t see what the rest of us saw!! I don’t know. I’m no expert by any means, but I do know a good dance when I see one and this one was good. They reviewed a gold and an award for most promising. They all felt that they danced their best and were very happy with themselves. That’s super important! After her dance, we drove back home again. We didn’t get here until about 11:30. Her category was a late one tonight. Tomorrow is her last dance at this competition. Then there’s just a hip hop competition left and we’re finished for the season. It goes by quickly!! In the time I took to get upstairs and ready for bed and then write this, it has gotten late! I really need to get some sleep! Night All! 💤😴
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