I remember that! Oy, let's hope that this year, the cheerleading squad has improved their "rejection notice" etiquette. Good luck to your daughter - I hope she gets in and teaches them all a very important lesson.
oh the look on her face is perfect, I hope it all works out for her this year.
I hope it works out for her this year.I wanted to be a cheerleader so bad when I was in middle school. I prayed every night. But, I wasn't even cool enough to go for the tryout.
This would be so hard to watch as a parent. i remember being caught up in thinking that was the ideal dream at that age and wow did I learn otherwise. I'm thinking good thoughts for her. Either the outcome I am so impressed with her dedication and will to not be knocked down for long. Good for her! All the best!
Nice expression... hopefully it change into something cheerful soon!
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