All of the sudden it’s November, and through all the craziness of Costume Week and the Halloween frenzy we have emerged into the holiday season. Today I will put up our Thankful Turkey, which is a fun tradition each year at Lonestar. We encourage dancers to take a feather and write things for which they are grateful, and then we help the turkey tail grow. It’s a fun, culture-building, community craft, and it’s always entertaining to see the things that a 4 year old appreciates!
More than a craft just once a year, though, we try to always inspire a thankful spirit at our studio. It’s built into our mission of inspiring confidence. A confident person is grateful for the talents she has instead of envious of the talents she doesn’t. A grateful person can appreciate his unique abilities and showcase them in ways that make him stand out. Grateful people are happier with the outcomes of auditions or formation placements instead of whining about what they thought they deserved.
I want my dancers to be grateful they have working limbs, thankful they have parents that pay for their extracurricular activities, happy to have teachers who care about their growth, and to appreciate the rare gift that is finding your passion.
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