and had some very adventurous artists and in two months A Time To Dance was presented. Many different dance art forms were represented such as jazz, ballet, hip-hop, tap and lyrical as a way to say thank you to the men and women in our armed forces. Elbert Watson, who I have looked up to since I was 12 years old allowed his dance troupe to perform with us that night as well. I was amazed and I must say I felt a bit inadequate to even be on the same stage with him but he was so awesome with guiding me artistically and spiritually through the whole process.
There is something in you that you were born to do. You can feel it. Maybe you forgot what it was because of where life has taken you, but it’s there. I just want to encourage you to nurture it however you can because you never know where your gift will lead you or how it will inspire others. Particularly as a mil spouse we lose our identity and we think we are nothing more than a dependent and our spouse’s social security number (lol). I get it and I know it’s hard, but the fact that you are even reading this message on a page called the Military Spouse Fine Artists Network: Worldwide means that the desire in you to bring your gift out is there.