After Thursday night SLCS practice Amber Hazel Woods (BongzieHaze) and I headed over to a club she hosts at to listen to her favorite Blues DJ. And do some dancing in the street in Maddy’s SLCS 15th Anniversary uniforms.
I always *say* I’d do anything for my daughter Odia. Mostly, I guess, from the guilt from not being there for her for so many years. Today Goth Mommy is finally getting the tan Odia’s always bugging her to get. Off to the Tannification Cosmetarium! Join me… if you dare!
Cheerleaders share the stories behind how they chose their avatar names. From frustration with Lucky Chairs to refugees from another world, we’ve taken some interesting journeys to find our names and to become a part of SLCS.
What if we modified the SLCS Rank Controller and levels of Cheerleader away from a military model of Lieutenants and Captains to a more participation, achievement, and community-based model of Pom Pom colors?
The NCAA has ruled Cheerleading not a sport. The American Medical Association says that Cheerleading is a sport. Different courts have ruled both ways. What is a sport? And whatever a sport is, is Cheerleading that?
I sent a notice to our new “Empty Coffee Shop Club” SL Group that I was going to be at Lost in Pages Books & Cafe Lounge for a while. Rosie Gray came by and later Chrysty Carolina came by. It’s a lovely coffee shop. Delicious baked goods and a nice place to park yourself while you work on projects.