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Hanging with Grand Baby

Among other things tonight we learned we can twirl a baton and we aren’t even one years old yet (grand moms been showing off one of my underrated skills) and I guess she’s caught on because she’s already doing it! 82 more words

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Hanging with Grand Baby

Among other things tonight we learned we can twirl a baton and we aren’t even one years old yet (grand moms been showing off one of my underrated skills) and I guess she’s caught on because she’s already doing it! 83 more words

Me And My Life

SWOT - Final!

Welcome back and thanks again for learning about the SWOT (Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats) analysis. Since we’ve taken the time to explain each category over the last several posts I think we’re ready… 249 more words

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SWOT- Part 3

In the last post we discussed Strengths and Weakness as they relate to our twirling SWOT analysis. Again, make sure when you are doing this assessment you have your coach or a friend that will give you honest feedback to help. 321 more words

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SWOT-Part 2

In the last post we briefly discussed how a Strengths, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat analysis can benefit your twirling routines.

The fun part of this process is by analyzing your routine into these four simple categories, you will create a baseline to assess where you need to focus your energy to achieve your twirling success. 213 more words

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Twirling: TWHS senior serves as baton twirling ambassador to Peru

For Lindsey McCormick, a senior at The Woodlands High School, baton twirling is more than just a hobby. It is a passion.

McCormick started twirling when she was five years old. 85 more words

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The Unreliable Narrator: The Talent Show

“Talentless hacks! Unsophisticated has-beens! Blind idiots! We were cheated, I tell you!!”

Opal related the story to her audience at the hairdresser’s salon for the umpteenth time. 824 more words

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