The trip was last minute and I was very glad to be going. We spent three days on the cruise ship to get to Bermuda, three days in Bermuda, and two more days to go back home. I went with only my mom, Josh, and my cousins’ family because my dad and Theo had plans. I missed them a lot throughout the trip but I still enjoyed the week. Continue reading
They performed in their school’s Talent Show this past semester (June 10, 2014) and they came in Second Place.
They performed John Legend’s “All of Me.” Continue reading
May 31, 2014 was my daughter’s annual spring performance at the Zoellner Arts Center at Lehigh University. This year’s performance was “A Tribute to American Music: An American Portrait, Our Town and Rodeo Suite”.
The Ballet Build of the Lehigh Valley/Pennsylvania Youth Ballet’s Artistic Director is Karen Kroninger Knerr and Marjorie Berlin Fink is the Founder (1958). Continue reading
My daughter dances at the Ballet Guild of the Lehigh Valley. The school has “parent observation week” twice a year. It was a true delight to watch her dance last night! Below is a short reflection from my daughter.
Now that Nutcracker is over and the weather is getting colder, I’ve been relaxing and overcoming the soreness from dancing in the Nutcracker. The cold weather caused my bones and muscles to freeze and become frigid and since I haven’t been dancing for a while due to Christmas break, it was hard for me to get in the same routine of going to dance classes four times a week. Continue reading
My daughter, Elisabeth has been dancing since she was three years old. For the past 6 years, she has been dancing in the Pennsylvania Youth Ballet’s production of the “Nutcracker”. During the past 5 years, she has danced in the roles of Angel, Pollichinelle, Arabian Handmaid, Cousin, Party Girl, Mice, Chinese Girl and Soldier. Continue reading
Whew, what a week!
This past week was full of rehearsals, practices, and multiple performances for my daughter!
On Monday May 20, 2013, my daughter performed her “Jazz” number to Michael Jackson’s “Beat It”.
My youngest son is always full of surprises. He surprised me a few weeks ago by saying that he wrote a blog for me to post on my site. He astonished me even further by writing an “Autobiography” of his life. Remember, he is only in grade 4! Hope you enjoy his life story as much as I did. His life is pretty awesome!
By: Joshua Lee
Do you play soccer? I do. My name is Joshua Benjamin Lee and I’m nine. I was born in Toronto, Canada. I have an older brother, an older sister and of course, my Continue reading
It is open to the Asian community around the Lehigh Valley. This year it was held on May 4, 2013.
The children were asked to draw pictures under any one of the following categories, “My Family,” “Spring” or “My Continue reading