Marilyn Balk

Marilyn Balk

Hi,I love dancing and basketball so if you follow me I'll try to follow you back. Hope you like my boards! :)
Marilyn Balk
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I really want to visit New York! I feel like it's my city soulmate and I think I'd love it. Plus I might run into the Impractical Jokers whilst I'm there! :)

I really want to visit New York! I feel like it's my city soulmate and I think I'd love it. Plus I might run into the Impractical Jokers whilst I'm there!

Oh New York! You're always so breathtaking!

Central Park, New York City, NY, USA. - - - All my life I have wanted to wander the streets of New York and meander through Central Park and see all of the iconic sights. It is on the short list!

One Direction ▸ Full House (theme song) - YouTube

One Direction ▸ Full House (theme song). Perfection and the weird thing is that I don't watch Full House lol.

I like the way the stage lights are shining through her dance passe, it bathes the area in an artificial light that contrasts against the darkness of backstage. The photo enables you to feel the anticipation of going on stage. (AMARIS)

The feeling of standing behind the curtains, feeling the warmth of the stage lights, the rush of adrenalin through your body, the tightness of your leotard and tutu, and the stiffness of your pointe shoes.

Would love for the girls to do this with one of their grad pics. Maybe lean up to see their faces?

Dancing, a important thing in culture. A couple of years ago I danced myself. And this picture describes the dance styles I love the most. Ballet, because it can really tell a story. But hip-hop, because it brings along a positive vibe.

"You see yourself in the mirror every day, and you see how imperfect you are and it makes you afraid. I always raised the bar too high. I had to learn to change my attitude from ‘Oh, no, I can’t do this’ to ‘Yes, I can.’ I had to learn how to condition my body and mind to go onstage no matter what." — Veronika Part

I always raised the bar too high. I had to learn to change my attitude from ‘Oh, no, I can’t do this’ to ‘Yes, I can.’ I had to learn how to condition my body and mind to go onstage no matter what. — Veronika Part