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PostPosted: Fri May 04, 2007 12:43 am 
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magikrn wrote:
As for what I wear to kids shows, I wear my birthday suit. :?


LOL....you must have a very "interesting" show! :lol:

Thank you for the compliment, it is greatly appreciated. I do tend to get long winded, I love to write and always have. It is another thing my daughter and I have in common. The mods will have to let me know if I am eating away at all the bandwith/server space with my novels! *hehe*

Zachmonky - You are the same age as my daughter when she first got started. It is a good age to get into magic! You are old enough to start getting into some more advanced stuff and away from just the "magic kit" sets. My best advice as you move forward, don't just always concentrate on the magic itself. Yes, it is highly important, but so is developing your performance skills. At a recent lecture we went to the guest lecturer told us that there were a lot better magicians out there "technically" than himself, but that he was sought after because he knew how to "entertain". Don't forget that key element. Listen to the "old folks" around the boards too, they have a wealth of information to share with you if you really listen. Good luck and I hope you share your progress with us. If you haven't already, be sure to join a magic youth group to hone your skills!


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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2007 4:32 pm 
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kristenl wrote:
SpaceGhost,
What I can tell you is that I am the type of mom that supports my daughter 100% in ANYTHING she WANTS to do. However, her choices are always hers. If she said tomorrow she never wanted to look at magic again, I'd be fine with it as long as she fulfilled any commitments she had already made. My daughter, hubby, and me are really close and amazingly enough -- my teenage daughter actually LIKES me. How did I get so lucky?


Speaking as a 13 year old with mostly 14 year old friends I'll tell you that if she loves you after she is about 3/4 done with being 14, she'll love you forever.

Might be different, me being male though.


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white dress pants, light blue dress shirt and beige sports jacket. white italian shoes. oh and dont forget the sunglasses :)


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