Professional actress, violinist, pianist, singer and fangirl.
So SO proud of you Sana! Here she’s holding on to me and nothing else! No walker, no railing, NOTHING!! Miracles DO happen with a lot of work! I’m so proud of you Sana, I can’t wait until you’re home on Wednesday! For those of you that don’t know, my sister, Sana, has cerebral palest. Cerebral Palsey is when a section of the brain isn’t fully developed. We got lucky, Sana has one of the lesser severe versions of cerebral palsey. This is why she wasn’t able to walk. Back in August, Sana got a surgery called SDR, and eventually, it might make her walk independently! For now, she’s been recovering intensive physical therapy in the hospital. On Wednesday, she gets to come home!! Yay!! Thank you everyone for all of your support during this hard journey. I’m so proud of you Sana! I love you! 💕 #instasize #proud #sana #sdr #hospital #oakland #miracles #cerebralpalsey #cp (at Children’s Hospital Oakland)
Last night I saw Shuddersome: Tales of Poe at Kudos! Tonight tickets are for $5, and the show closes tomorrow (but it cost $10 for tomorrow). It’s a great show, you guys should go and see it! #stockton #kudoschildrenstheatre #shuddersome #selfie #halloween #theatre #kudos #edgarallenpoe #stockton #instasize (at Kudos Children’s Theatre)
Originally, Queen Elsa was intended to be the villain of the story. However, when the character’s major song, “Let it Go,” was played for the producers, they concluded that the song was not only very appealing, but its themes of personal empowerment and self-acceptance were too positive for a villain to express.