Saturday, April 23, 2011

T is for

is for
Miss T
Spring Break in Nashville (con't)

Miss T is LS’s (Little Sister) second daughter, the middle child. Miss T is a girl of few words. She goes about her business with a quiet efficiency.  She has a calm self-assured way about her.  

Miss T is a well-rounded young lady with varied interests. She plays saxophone in her high school band. She is involved in all aspects of school theatre and is also a member of the school dance team. Both performing and competing.

In March Miss T was one of thirteen girls chosen from the Nashville chapter of Act Like a GRRRL to perform at the inaugural gala of Día Internacional de las Mujeres in San Jose, Costa Rica.   The Act Like a GRRRL program's focus is to empower women and girls worldwide through writing and performing.

Miss T is also an avid horsewoman. She participates in Nashville’s  National and County 4-H Horse shows. She has a bounty of multi-coloured ribbons heralding her skill and talent.


Yesterday, April Twenty-first, Miss T the Twentieth letter in my A-Z Challenge turned Fifteen.

Happy Birthday Sunshine!

14 comments:

The Golden Eagle said...

Happy Birthday to Miss T! :)

Manzanita said...

Happy Birthday Miss T. You sound like a happy, well-rounded girl.
Have a perfect weekend
Manzanita

Hold my hand: a social worker's blog said...

Aw... Happy birthday, Miss T. Seems like a very fine and talented girl.

Doris

Old Kitty said...

Only 15 and already acheiving so much!! Wonderful!! Happy happy birthday talented and amazing Ms T!!!Well done you!! Auntie Ann is one pround Auntie!! Yay!! Take care
x

Ann Best, Memoir Author said...

I send my Happy Birthday wishes to Miss T. also!!
Ann Carbine Best, Memoir Author

Ann Best, Memoir Author said...

I also send Happy Birthday wishes to Miss T.!
Ann Carbine Best, Memoir Author

Niki said...

Miss T sounds lovely :) Happy Birthday!! :)

kmckendry said...

Happy Birthday to Miss T! Sounds like she has some great opportunities.

walk2write said...

I bet Miss T would be the first to say she owes her wonderful demeanor and attitude to the ones who raised her up--aunties included! Wish her a very happy birthday for us.

Rosalind Adam said...

I've never heard of that programme but it sounds like an excellent idea. Happy birthday to Miss T.

Tracy said...

Awww, Happy Birthday to Miss T- what a lovely post in her honor!

The resurrection gives my life meaning and direction and the opportunity to start over no matter what my circumstances. ~Robert Flatt
Have a wonderfully splendid Easter!

Munir said...

Happy Easter to you and yours. Thanks for reading my blog. It means a lot to me.

Melissa Sarno said...

Wow! She seems like an incredible young lady. Happy Birthday Miss T! :-)

Plain Jane said...

I couldn't help but think how different she is from Mr T. Quite a step up.