Friday, December 5, 2014

My Fifth Anniversary as a Twirly Girl

I really can't believe I have been on this pole dancing journey for five years.  On December 2, 2009, Rita and I walked through the doors of Twirly Girls and we never left.  Not long after, Bel nicknamed me the Twirling Viking Warrior.  This has been a really difficult week, so I would have otherwise planned a longer tribute to my family at Twirly Girls, but I think pictures speak louder than words, so enjoy a few photos from the last couple of years of my journey.















7 comments:

  1. Happy Poliversary!!! I'm so glad I decided to check out the blog as I have been feeling the effects of seeing myself on firm for the first time as I prepare for our December showcase and learn our twerk team number. It was a bit shocking to the senses to be reminded how much bigger I am than the rest of the girls (and, let's face it, older) and taller (at 5'7" - I'm not even that tall). It made me think of my first photo opportunity in January with Don Curry Photograph as something to get through so I can have a "before" picture. Your post definitely woke me up and reminded me of how fabulous I am and how incredible my pole journey has been so far. I guess I really needed to get out of my own head. I'm going to make it a point to visit the blog on a daily basis -- it really helps me. Congratulations!!!

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    1. Thank you!!! You are fabulous!! I hope your showcase goes well! Come back and share videos and photos if you feel comfortable!

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  2. Happy 5th Pole-iversary! <3 I miss it so much, and am super glad that I get to live vicariously through your posts on fb! You are awesome and amazing. :] Sending lots of love and warm thoughts to you and your family! <3

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    1. And we miss you!!! So proud of everything you're doing though!

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  3. Gosh can't believe time has gone by so fast...I remember when you and Rita came to classes....you were both so excited and so dedicated...I'm the lucky one when you joined the TG family...you've brought nothing but happy times, laughs and great memories...you are truly a Viking Warrior...you came and you conquered some of your fears and you have become such a force in our community and the pole community in general. I knew that you were going to be so much more than just a student.,...you have an amazing passion and you pass that on to others in our community...you truly have touched so many lives...its like the domino effect...you have made so many positive changes in so many lives...like a ripple in a pond....we love you....Viking Warrior!!!!

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    1. Five years sure has flown by!! Love you!!!

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