365 photo challenge: luckiest

My daughter feels like one of the luckiest girls in the world right now. She’s been cast as the Dew Drop Fairy in her ballet company‘s upcoming Nutcracker. One of the treasured roles, it signals a dancer’s “arrival.” She is considered capable of taking on the challenge of a lead role in a performance. My daughter is “over the moon,” and feels up to the task.

…a little luck…and a lot of hard work…and dreams can come true…

………hugmamma.  😉

11 thoughts on “365 photo challenge: luckiest

    • Very proud of her…not just for getting a plum role…but for her maturity and growth since the age of 16…when she began her journey to become a professional dancer. She’s experienced quite a lot for one so young.

      And thank you…for such kind words…my daughter will surely be moved by them, as she already has been… by those of other well-wishers who’ve left such comments.

      huge hugs…hugmamma. 🙂


  1. Please tell your beautiful daughter congratulations for me!

    “…a little luck…and a lot of hard work…and dreams can come true…”

    I’ll bet it took a lot of hard work. And, not just on your talented, hard-working daughter’s part. From reading your posts, it sounds like you and your husband provided a whole lot of love, encouragement and support. So, congratulations to you too hugmamma! 🙂


    • You’re a sweetheart! My husband and I don’t like to toot our own horns…but we’ll accept compliments…with heartfelt thanks. Being a good mom yourself…you understand the huge benefits of…love, encouragement and support.

      sending lots of hugs…back your way… 😉


    • I did too! Not a ballerina…just a dancer. If I were young I’d probably try for Broadway, or music videos, or national touring shows. You wanna run away together…to the land where old dreams come true? 🙂 And thanks so much for your warm wishes. You’ve a generous heart, Christine. So lucky to know you… 🙂


    • Thanks for the cheers…will relay them to my daughter. She’s always so grateful for well-wishes.

      Wish we could have a video of her performance, but at the professional level, it’s not possible. Choreographers guard their work against theft, so the only video made is for the use of the company as a point of referemce.

      we’re just delighted she’s happy doing what she loves… 🙂


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