I am wordy. 9 out of 10 times I have to go back through my emails and remove the fluff to get a document to a readable length before I hit send. And somehow, they are still long (it's ok, I know it ha!). I also worry that I email you guys too much and sometimes decide against sending out information or sharing my thoughts on a certain subject at all to keep from blowing up your inboxes even more.
But, more and more, I find myself wishing to elaborate on the "why" behind so many of the things that we do and so I am hoping that I can create some blog posts to explain things as pop they into my head. I also hope to create posts that I can share in future years regarding a given subject as it resurfaces so there is an element of efficiency I am trying to achieve as well.
Finally, I am an English major. And if I create this blog, then surely I am using that degree, right?!
So, here is to blogging this year! I hope you'll follow along and let me know your thoughts as you do.
Ballet shoes. They are almost a right of passage for every little girl whether she is enrolled in dance class or not. There's quite possibly nothing cuter than a little girl twirling and dancing in a tutu and a pair of slippers. You have probably seen ballet shoes for sale in Walmart or Payless or other department stores. Yes, they may be a few bucks cheaper than our in-house brand, however the price difference is well worth it. Meet some of the ballet shoe styles that are the things dance teachers' nightmares are made of: