Personalized Dance / Recital Christmas Ornaments- Ballet Shoes- Great Gift For The Dancers And The Teachers. - On Sale
Dimensions: 4'' length and 4'' wide (approximately)The name and the year will go on the scroll around the shoes.All ornaments are hand painted in bubble lettering in black ink with the name and the year. I can write whatever you want to go on it. Just remember the more words you add the smaller the font gets.Our Ornaments look great as an outside decorative addition to a gift box or gift bag. I have an entire collection for the personalized ornaments for family, sports, teachers, tap, ballet, pet and personalized gifts. Please browse my etsy store KUTEKUSTOMKREATIONSPersonalization Information We ask you to please place your personalization in the “Note” or “Additional Information” section on the PayPal form or send your message through the etsy message board. You can also email the information at CARDANDGIFTWORLD [!at] YAHOO.com.. Orders normally shipwithin two days after finalization of payment and receivership of personalization. SHIPPING AND PAYMENTWe accept PayPal only.Deadline for order for domestic Christmas delivery is December 18th. We will provide a USPS tracking # for every shipment. All orders are shipped via USPS First Class Mail which delivers within 2-9 business days. If you need a faster delivery please opt for Priority Mail which guarantees delivery in 3 business days. These guarantees are backed by USPSand not by me. I can only guarantee that your ornaments will be shipped within two business days.INTERNATIONAL BUYERS Import duties, taxes and charges (typically collected upon delivery or pick up) are the buyer’s responsibility and are not included in the item price or shipping charges. Please check with your country’s customs office prior to bidding/buying to determine what these additional costs will be. It is our experience that orders could take up to 6-8 weeks to deliver via First Class Mail in some instances. We advise you to order by Thanksgiving Weekend to provide a comfortable cushion.
SAN JOSE — The country’s top figures skaters are competing in San Jose through Jan. 7 in the U.S. championships. The local headliners are Karen Chen of Fremont and Polina Edmunds of San Jose in women’s singles, Vincent Zhou of Palo Alto in men’s singles and Campbell ice dancer Elliana Pogrebinsky. In all, 22 Bay Area athletes have qualified across five divisions — juvenile, intermediate, novice, juniors and seniors. Lower division events are scheduled for Solar4America Ice — the complex where the Sharks train — through Wednesday. The seniors competing for berths to the 2018 Winter Olympics and main junior events are scheduled Tuesday through Sunday at SAP Center. Here are the Bay Area skaters: Juveniles: Allison Kim of San Mateo and Ethan Musladin of Sunnyvale in pairs. Juliana Newton of Oakland and Evan Mullins of Stockton in ice dance. Intermediate Ava Stephens of San Jose and Katie Wang of San Francisco in women’s singles. Ian Ramsey of Redwood City in men’s singles. Novice Jeffrey Chen of Fremont in ice dance. Juniors Alysa Liu of Richmond and Lily Sun of Foster City in women’s singles. Dinh Tran of San Francisco in men’s singles. Anthony Ponomarenko of Morgan Hill and Nikolay Usanov of Los Gatos in ice dance. Juliette Erickson of San Jose, Nathan Grundhofer of Fremont and Sarah Feng of Fremont in pairs. Seniors Karen Chen of Fremont and Polina Edmunds of San Jose in women’s singles. Vincent Zhou of Palo Alto and Kevin Shum of Piedmont in men’s singles. Elliana Pogrebinsky of Campbell in ice dance. Alexandria Yao of Cupertino in pairs. Report an errorPolicies and StandardsContact UsTags:Ice SkatingOlympicsElliott AlmondElliott Almond is a sports reporter for the Bay Area News Group.Follow Elliott Almond@elliottalmondSubscribe Today!All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents!blog comments powered by DisqusGet Morning Report and other email newsletters.
(Click here if you are having trouble viewing the video on your mobile device.)DEAR AMY: One of my sisters and her husband live two hours from me and my husband, There are events in our town that my sister and her husband like to attend, When they want to attend an event here, they ask if they can spend personalized dance / recital christmas ornaments- ballet shoes- great gift for the dancers and the teachers. the weekend at our house, The number of times they want to stay with us keeps increasing to the point where it’s about every other weekend, six months out of the year, This trend started a couple of years ago..
If my husband and I are not in the mood for company, we don’t know how we’d ever say “no” to their requests to stay with us (we have never yet said “no”). If we said we were planning to be out of town on one of these weekends, they’d say they want to stay in the house, even if we weren’t there. Am I being selfish in not always wanting their company every time they want to come? And if we were going to be gone, how would I tell them that I didn’t want them to use our house? They have plenty of money so they could easily afford a hotel — or they could drive back home.
I’m wondering if I need to just “buck up” and get over it and let them stay here, since it is family, Hoping you’ll steer me in the right direction, DEAR RUDDERLESS: Yes, you do need to “buck up.” In this context, however, bucking up means occasionally saying “no” to this intrusion, Saying no is so easy, as long as you say it when you want to say it, and don’t pile on with excuses or explanations, Eager (or pushy) people tend to take elaborate explanations as an invitation to plow right through, They will take their problem personalized dance / recital christmas ornaments- ballet shoes- great gift for the dancers and the teachers. and deftly make it your problem, Once you master the art of a firm and friendly “no,” you will be liberated in many ways..
So here’s what you say: “I want to be helpful, but this has gotten to be too much for us. We’re going to start being very honest with you regarding staying over. If it doesn’t work on any particular weekend, I’m just going to be honest and tell you.” And if a two-night weekend is too much, you can say, “We can have you here for one night, but not two.”. If you don’t want your sister staying in your house while you’re away, then don’t offer it. If she pushes, you must learn to say, “That’s just not going to work for us. I’m sure you’ll figure something else out.”.
DEAR AMY: My boyfriend broke up with me personalized dance / recital christmas ornaments- ballet shoes- great gift for the dancers and the teachers. a few days ago, He says he still loves me, and he would still want to be friends because, I’m “too important” for him to kick me out of his life, At first I thought maybe because he told me he loves me, I’d have a fighting chance to win him back, but every time I’ve brought new possibilities up, he has made himself clear and has been very assertive, sticking to his decision, I said my final goodbye to him a few moments ago and have blocked him from social media..
Now, I’m scared. I don’t know what to do without him in my life. I don’t want him to move on but I know that eventually he will. I’ve taken steps to schedule my first therapy session because I can already tell that this is not going to be an easy road to recovery. I’ve already joined some dance and Zumba classes. I’m going to the gym. What else can I do to keep my mind from wondering about him and worrying about what he might be doing?. DEAR HURT: So far, you are my champion break-up survivor. I admire how proactive you are being concerning this challenge.
You need a wing-woman, This is someone you can contact who will talk you down when you’re fighting those late-night impulses and lingering doubts, Stay strong and stick with your recovery program, This part will pass, DEAR AMY: Thank you for reinforcing personalized dance / recital christmas ornaments- ballet shoes- great gift for the dancers and the teachers. the idea that it’s OK to be alone! “Confused” wondered how to get her friends and family to stop fixing her up with potential romantic matches, People out there who (like me) don’t want to be fixed up with “a poorly curated selection of randos” should just say no..
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