Thursday, May 14, 2009

Sarah E

Please reflect on the presentation leaving constructive criticism and positive feedback.

6 comments:

Kim C. 2010 said...

I'm so sorry you lost your dog... thats sooo horrible. You are really an amazing person! love all of the pictures, you did a really great job of connection. You really have gotten out of your shell!! Great presentation great eye contact!

Steven W said...

I like how in your presentation you show how you learned and grew from both the good and bad expericences. Great good! Congrats on your accomplishments. Best of luck getting into UCSD!

IreneL2010 said...

Sarah, oh my goodness, I remember when I first met you back at Franklin. You were so quiet and timid. But you have grown so much! It has been awesome to be able to hang out with you and get to grow up together! I think that everyone went through period of time in their lives where self-esteem was a problem, I can attest to that personally, therapy isn't something to be ashamed of (I would know), I'm so happy that you can admit that you don't have a problem with it either! :) You are such a fabulous dancer and you truly are amazing at taking the stage and getting everyone to watch you! I remember when you first got Maggie and brought her into class in elementary school, I was so sad when I found out she had died, I know how much she meant to you. Sarah, I am so happy that I have been able to share growing up with you, you are such an amazing person! Your achievements in theater are incredible, I am so happy for you! :)

kaytlinr said...

I really liked how you told your story. I'm so sorry to hear about your dog! I also thought that it was really cool about your accomplishments. The quotes at the end of your speech was cool.

mollyp2010 said...

It is so great that you found so much confidence through dance. I know what you mean about being so close to a pet, and they can be so awesome and helpful. I agree with the fact that it can be better to have a few close friends than a ton of sort-of know you friends. I thought that you had some great quotes and lessons to live by at the end. great job!

TomB said...

its tough dealing with self esteem issues, for sure. losing a loved pet as well, very difficult. but from such experiences we become so much stronger. great job!