Ohhh....well, that's really cool! Congrats to her. Farrah went to Univ. of Texas but don't know for how long, lol. Do you want to stay with colleges or go to something else? There are a million colleges out there!
what ever the last one makes u think of....go with it....lol...
Is that the Unv of Texas at Austin? if so my DD and I stayed in a dorm there back in 2000...she had a dance conference there...saw the clock tower area where that shooting took place and the bridge with all the bats....very cool
ha-ha....this is getting ridiculous, huh? My bad :( Mary Ann was my wonderful dance instructor for many years. I'm sorry, Selma...my knowledge in this area is so limited. I don't know what method she used. I do know that Patrick Swayze's mother, Patsy, had a studio at the same time in our area. Guess it's time to switch to another arena?
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