My Father’s Day Present: Watching My Daughter’s Ballet Performance
Traditionally, Father’s Day is kind of treated as a ‘throwaway’ holiday. It’s a day where you honor your father for all he has done for you. This usually means he gets a new necktie and a homemade certificate for a free massage. But this year Father’s Day fell on the same day as my daughter’s ballet performance.
Ballet is something my daughter has been doing for the past three years. Each year, the Yakima School of Ballet puts on a performance to showcase everything they’ve been working on. The dancers, consisting of boys and girls, are anywhere between the ages of 3 or 4 through 18. It truly is some of the best talent we have in the Yakima Valley and Washington state.
Here’s my daughter’s performance. It has a pirate theme, which I thought was pretty fun. My daughter is the first one who walks onto the stage.
A big thanks to Children’s Village for giving us the opportunity. And thanks to Ms. Lisa and the Yakima School of Ballet for another great show!