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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Dreams Can Come True


Dreams Can Come True

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A guest post by Halley M. who also happens to be my 8 yo granddaughter.  Still this story was chosen over thousands submitted from all across the country.   No nepotism on this blog!
 
DREAMS CAN COME TRUE
by Halley M.
 


Abigail loved to sing. She would always do it. But, she couldn`t it in front of a lot of people. One day when she went to school, she had a dream in one of her classes. “Abigail! Abigail, wake up!” said her teacher. None of her friends knew that she had stage fright. When her friend Lila came over to study with Abigail, she had to blurt out she had it. Lila was very surprised with Abigail. Lila's dad was a record producer. He could make Abigail famous. So her dad decided to make Abigail better at performing.

Soon Abigail grew better. She thought that she could do a show. So she recorded her song and went home. One day someone came and deleted her song. So she recorded it again. One day Lila`s dad told Abigail that she could perform at one of the biggest concerts ever!!! There would be people like Taylor Swift, 1 Direction, And Selena Gomez. When it was time to perform, Abigail tried to get over her stage fright, but she didn`t. But then she just sang, she felt free. She felt like she felt never before. Abigail was Abigail, she felt like herself. She said “I can`t believe I just sang in front of a ton of people.

So for the rest of her life she felt like a true princess. She had dreams. Abigail thanked Lila`s dad and forever loved him.

Dreams can come true.


Last night Halley performed in her first piano recital.  She played very well,   even though  I am guessing she might have been a little nervous.
 
 

17 comments:

  1. Express yourself.
    Halley Has got that sorted. :D

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  2. Congrats to Halley on both a very good story and her first piano recital. She sounds like a girl who will have a lot of dreams come true.

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  3. Congratulations on the recital and the piece. Well done!

    Pearl

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  4. Yes, well done Halley. Congrats!

    S

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  5. how sweet! another writer in the family. :)

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  6. What a delightful story and such a beautiful granddaughter you have! How well I remember the terrors of piano recitals, yet most often they went quite well! Halley did so well writing her story, I love the message, looks like she's got her Grandpa's gift with words!

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  7. Congratulations on the story & the recital, Halley--have a wonderful life!!

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  8. A fine young lady you have there. Well done, Halley.

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  9. Congratulations on having such a talented granddaughter. And congratulations to her for doing such a good job!

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  10. Sweet! I love the story and congratulations to your granddaughter.

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  11. How precious! 8 years old? way to go Halley!

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  12. It takes a lot of courage to perform in spite of stage fright. Congratulations to Halley for expressing it in her story, and for making it through her first recital. (Tell her the next one will be a little easier.)

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  13. That is gorgeous!! Incredibly well written at just 8 years of age.
    Leanne @ Deep Fried Fruit

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  14. Nice going, Hailey! You're probably already looking forward to the next recital, on your way to fame and fortune. How about a duet with Grandpa Crank -- on YouTube?!

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