As children, we are taught to dream big. Weare encouraged to shoot for the moon and to reach for the stars. Anything is possible. So, why should adulthood be any different? In her memoir, The Dream Lived, Susie Sanchez captures the essence of life through the pursuit of a dream. Defying all odds, Sanchez, a lifelong dancer, perseveres through the trials and tribulations of balancing family life with dance life as she dreams of performing on a grander scale. Whether sheas teaching dance to neighborhood children, helping raise her granddaughter, or achieving success as a Professional Cheerleader in the NFL, Sanchez embraces each and every experience, and aspires to positively impact everyone she meets throughout her incredible journey. Through the best of times and the worst of times, Sanchezas heartfelt account leaves you wondering whatas stopping you from chasing after, achieving, and living your dreams.I did not want the typical, traditional dance studio for many reasons. For one, I did ... Plus, our town already had agreat dance studio, the studio in which my own daughter had danced at earlier in her life. ... Ifa person had awishtodance, I wanted Dancing Days to enablethem tohave that ability without cost being a factor.
|Title||:||The Dream Lived|
|Publisher||:||Page Publishing Inc - 2014-02-26|