kudos from a friend

Ok friends. Friends who blog. Especially friends who blog on wordpress. What’s the deal with not leaving comments on my blog.  hahaha. Below is a response/comment I got directly after sending a friend my link. I’ve responded in bold.

I love it! It looks great visually & I like that the title & subtitle rhyme.

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. That means a lot coming from you, one who writes well and has an awesome blog. The rhyme: not an accident, you know.

I had no idea that adults could start ballet! I always thought that you could only “get in” as a young child. It was something I wanted to do when I was younger, but we never had the money.

Oh yes, anyone can do ballet! It’s never too late to start! Come do it with me! You won’t be a prima ballerina, but you’ll feel beautiful and have fun.

I’ve always thought that you looked like a dancer. I think it’s in the way you carry yourself. And I do think  your little miss is talented. She’s flitted past me a few times at church and it’s always very graceful and lovely.

Wow. That’s one of the best complements anyone has ever given me. Really? You didn’t know me before I started ballet. Another ballet mom told me the same thing today.  I know I’ve changed in the past 9 months. It’s all about keeping shoulders back instead of hunched:) Read what another dancer says about this.  Oh, yes, my little miss is talented, for sure. Can’t wait to see how her movement grows even more graceful as she matures.

Breath of Heaven is a beautiful song. We sang it in choir at church about four years ago. It goes on record as being the most technically difficult song that I have ever “sung”.

Ooh, wish I could have heard that, seen it. Bet it was lovely.

If you’re enjoying yourself, keep up the ballet & the blogging! 🙂 Don’t let pride or what-if-worst-case-scenarios keep you from doing what you love. 🙂

Oh, I think I’m in this for the long haul:)

2 thoughts on “kudos from a friend

  1. I’m sure you know the story, took place during the late unpleasantness, told by one of the notables of the South, of walking the streets of a city far from home, going past a stranger on the street, then both stopped and turned around. After a few moments of silence, one bursts out, “What is the chief end of man?” The other gives the countersign, “Man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.” Then the first speaker exclaims, “I *knew* you were a Shorter Catechism man!”
    Yes, the members of the inner circle know each other.

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