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Chloe Bogdashevsky

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on 19 September 2014

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The question was, what have I learned over the summer, how the summer made me more responsible and what I really got to think about when I had a break from school, this mountain is what I climbed and where I ended up.
Over the summer I went to two different dance camps; and it taught me what no pain, no game meant. Through blood, sweat and tears. I now know what really reaching and striving for your goals means.
My dance camp taught me how to work for what I really want, for what I really want to achieve. Everybody has the potential for greatness. A society like ours that requires near-instant gratification for all actions makes it very easy for someone to just take the easy way out, because many don’t realize that work, over a long period time produces results. That is what I learned this summer. I'm reflecting this knowledge through my academics, especially math.
My Summer
Thank you!
Chloe Bogdashevsky


In dance, or ballet I should say, everybody strives for perfection. Not only in ballet, but in society everybody wants perfection. I thought about that topic over the summer and it changed me. Everybody wants what they don't have; if they have curly hair, they want straight hair, if they have a blue pen they want a red one. Dance camp got me thinking, that we should be grateful for what we have and understand that we are all perfect in our own way.
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