Chorégraphie de la Main or Choreography of the Hand
When I was growing up, I could not stand my curly red hair… it was the 60’s/70’s and I wanted to be a go-go dancer in a cage when I grew up, and I needed long straight blonde hair for that lol.
Once I grew older and realized people paid money for hair like mine it must be okay. I must be lucky I decided… after all, my hair just grew out of my head all curly and red and I didn’t have to pay anyone or sit at a hair salon for hours.
So, therefore, I’ve come to think that, yes, it’s good to be a ginger. =)
Avery is 11 years old and Joziah is 12. Both are self-confident, cordial, calm and collected far beyond their years. They are well-spoken and polite. Yeah, I’m sure they each have great parents guiding them along the way, but they also have another influence that has proven remarkable in building up a child in the way he or she should go.
The art of ballet, besides the apparent gifts, also instills in children a sense of discipline, respect, and a work ethic second to none. Just watch as these two appeared on Steve Harvey’s “Little Big Shots.” He, who has seen umpteen million kids, was impressed by Avery and Joziah… and that was before they ever danced.