Couldn’t find a pic from 2009 but just stumbled across this belter with the little fella @lwint23 👶🏽 I thought I looked like Sir David Beckham with the blonde Mohawk but in hindsight it just looks like a bird shit on my head.
PS. Special shout out to steroids and eggs for their obvious contribution to this photo 💪🏽💉 🍳 😂
Bueh,para no ser menos,encontré una foto decente del 2009 para el #pubertychallenge#10yearschallange.
En la primera estaba en 3ro medio, tenía 17 creo estoy pensando volver a usar chasquilla 🤔
y ya otra de hace unos días.
Hoy ya con 27 años,soy Técnico en Enfermería,que es algo que me encanta 🖤
Increíble que hayan pasado ya 10 años,el otro día con el Ale conversamos eso, almenos,para nosotros, el 2009 fue el año en que nos conocimos y ese año pasaron muchas cosas, almenos en mi entorno.
Siendo sincera,no extraño mi vida de hace 10 años xD
There’s been this 10-year challenge circulating around social media lately, and it got me thinking about my journey as a performer. I’ve been performing more than ever these days, and I wanted to take a step back and reflect a little bit.
From the 6th to the 8th grade, I auditioned for every solo I could possibly go for, from full songs to one-liners...and I didn’t get a single one. I remember I cried to my brother every time I got the results back, and I made him play Simon Cowell in the living room as I sang “The Climb” to him 10 billion times, asking “So what can I do better?” When I got to high school, I kept auditioning every year to be a part of the school talent show, SD Live, and didn’t make it in—until senior year. .
The first clip is of me singing “Listen” by Beyoncé at SD Live. I had worked on that song in private voice lessons for years before I ever performed it. Not only did I get into the show...I won first place. I am so grateful that I learned how to push through rejection at the early stages of my performance career because I need to persevere now more than ever before. I’m proud of how far I’ve come as a singer and as a songwriter, and I’m ready to keep pushing forward! 💫
P.S. if you swipe all the way to the right, you’ll see my middle school self singing a song from Lemonade Mouth and it’s cringey AF. It was the first video cover I had ever done, and I remember that my cousin texted me after I posted it and said, “You might want to be a little further back from the camera...” 🤦🏻♀️