It’s been a decade since my first ballet.
But when I look back, it seems like I’ve always been a dancer.
I’ve had the time of my life.
And it’s been so rewarding.
I can’t remember the last time I’ve felt as free as I do now.
It all started when I was 14, dancing in my parents’ backyard in North Carolina, which is about an hour’s drive from where I now live.
I was about 10 years old.
The house was on fire and my mom and dad were gone.
I cried and cried.
They were gone but they were gone when I got home.
That’s when I realized I needed to learn how to dance.
I had been dancing in a bunch of little clubs all over town, but this one was special.
It had a big stage with lights, so I started learning how to do all the tricks and stuff.
When I was 15, I moved to Chicago.
That was the time when the dance scene was really booming and hip-hop was really popular.
I didn’t really know what I wanted to do.
But I thought, “Why not learn how dance?
It would be a lot of fun.”
So I started at a dance school called The Art Institute of Chicago, and I just started dancing with a lot more passion.
I did some dance classes and started to get into more dance parties.
I also started dancing at a club called Balboa, which was kind of my first big gig.
I met a girl there, and we got married a few years later.
She was very into me, and it turned out to be a wonderful marriage.
I learned a lot from her.
I really liked how much she cared about me, how much I was learning.
It really gave me a lot to think about.
And I’ve been dancing ever since.
And when I finally had a chance to do it, I really didn’t want to leave.
It’s a great experience.
I always feel like I have a lot left in me.
I feel like my body’s kind of getting bigger.
I love being able to dance on stage.
I like the energy.
So that’s what I want to do now: to help people realize their potential and their dreams and their ambitions and their hopes and dreams for themselves.
And if they have an opportunity, I want them to do the same thing.