I haven’t been ice skating in years, but this winter I’ve been twice, both at the Downtown Sacramento Ice Rink with my best friends! I forgot how much fun it is, even if you fall a few times. The ice rink downtown is newly renovated and is the perfect place to hand out and have fun!
I was so excited to hear that my mom and I got tickets to see the Broadway at Music Circus show Little Shop of Horrors last night! This was my first time (and my mom’s) even hearing about the show and movie, so going in, I had no idea what it was going to be about, but I was happily surprised and actually really enjoyed the performance.
Their round theater was really cool and made the show a lot more interesting. It moved up and down, rose and fell, and had no backstage. They also acted in the isles which made the show even better!
This year to celebrate the birthdays of the girls in our family, we went on a girls trip to Las Vegas. I had never been and I’m glad I got to because it was so fun. I got to do so many new and awesome things on the girls trip!
The Strip was incredible to explore and check out the huge stores and themed hotels. Old Vegas was incredible to experience, too!
The PR Team for Feld Entertainment reached out to see if we wanted to review opening night for Disney On Ice Presents Dream Big and of course we said yes!
Disney On Ice Dream Big Princess, playing in Sacramento November 2-5 at the Golden One, showcases an ice skating show that teaches people about the romance of the Disney princesses tales, but most importantly dreaming big and about believing in yourself.
Every year, the two rival school’s football teams in the Rocklin School District battle in out in one the biggest games of the year called the Quarry Bowl. Rocklin Thunder vs. Whitney Wildcats! I was so excited to go to this game because of how big it is and because it was my first high school football game.
Indoor skydiving with my friends was awesome! I really wanted to do something I had never done before and who better to do it with than my friends. We went in and I had to wear a jumpsuit with handles on it so the trainers could help you, I wore goggles, and a helmet.
I find your lack or nerdiness disturbing”
If you’re a Star Wars fan and didn’t go to the Sacramento Zoo Star Wars Day, you missed out! This day was awesome and full of surprises. You could take pictures with tons of Star Wars characters from the 501st Legion, Rebel Legion, Mandalorian Mercs, and R2 Builders Club. Their costumes were amazing and looked exactly like the movie costumes.
Finally 14! My birthday was spent with my favorite friends and an amazing dinner with my awesome family. I also had my friends over for a super fun party and we all hung out together and had a great time swimming and rocking out to music. I also had a sleepover after, too for even more fun and laughs.
Eighth grade at Spring View has been amazing and I have loved it. I had great teachers and learned so much, plus laughed a lot. I was sad to leave that school, but I am so excited to go to high school!
Promotion was awesome because I got to give the closing speech, which I had to audition for in front of my classmates and my four core teachers. This was a huge deal for me because it means that my teachers actually liked me. Plus, I love public speaking. I was super nervous to give the speech at promotion because my entire academy of about 140 people and their whole families would be watching me. I practiced A LOT to the point where I practically memorized it. Doing over and over in my mirror helped a lot and then I had confidence in myself to do it. When it came to the day I presented it flawlessly and everyone was clapping loudly. My grandpa even gave me a standing ovation.
I’ve always been a huge fan of Harry Potter; Has read all the books, seen all the movies over and over again, has merchandise, you name it. It had always been a dream of mine to get to go to Harry Potter World in Orlando, Florida and I finally got to! Of course, I wore my Weasley Wizard’s Wheeze shirt and my Marauders Map shirt to get in the spirit.
When we walked into the first part of the park, Diagon Alley, it was hard to find. We had to go under a building and there were two brick walls, one that was open that you go through and one you had to go around. Once you got past the brick walls, you see Diagon Alley and it looked just like the movies. It feels magical as soon as you step foot on the streets. You can go in all the shops and do stuff in them and buy things.