Wow, for the first time, A expressed interest and satisfaction, and maybe even a little enjoyment in her drama class. We picked her and her excitement was palpable. Perhaps a sign of realizing the rewards of hard work towards a goal? I sure as heck hope so. In the past, A has expressed reservations about how much she liked it because it was hard work and not as much fun as the make-believe classes. I wanted her to stick with it, not only because I think it would fit her like a glove, but because there is value to hard work and diligence and BLAH BLAH BLAH... This is what our daughter hears coming from my mouth.
Anyway, last class, she was excited, and talked about the desire to practice her monologue so she could do a good job in class and score well. Scoring well was a way to help get your foot into the door of the ensemble group, though I'm still not clear what the status is of the group, but like all things in parental life, we'll have to worry about that when the time comes.
Either way, good news on the drama front. Fun and satisfaction through hard work. How can you beat that? Until the next time, thanks for reading, and thanks to ilker for the pic.