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nucinud
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I performed Silk Through Mirror last night at an Elementary School. I was using a long silk scarf and took my time pulling it through the mirror. The kids started applauding at the start and the whole way through.
it was a great feeling to see that they enjoyed it so much.
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Way to go.
It's pretty darn tough to top that feeling that both you and the audience get when a trick goes over so perfectly.
Congradulations and thanks for sharing.
Bob.
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On 2012-04-24 22:42, nucinud wrote:
The kids started applauding at the start and the whole way through.
it was a great feeling to see that they enjoyed it so much.

If only all spectators could be that fun to perform for!

That must have been one of those times when you thank the spectators for being such a good audience, and you really mean it.

I sometimes wonder why children often make better spectators than adults. This is one of those cases where adults can learn something valuable from children for once, instead of the other way around.
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It's really nice when it all comes together. Congratulations! You were definitely in the zone.
EnterTRAINment at its best.
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