Soft Pink Let's Dance Baby Blanket With Pink Ballet Shoes Personalized Monogram Embroidery - Hot Sale

This beautiful blanket is so soft and plush. It is a soft pink with the words Let's Dance in black thread. It also has ballet slippers that are in a hot pink, black, and white thread. There is also a beautiful star wand with white, hot pink and black thread. The plush blanket measures 30 x 40 and is 100% polyester. Please leave in the notes where you would like the blanket monogrammed, the name or initials you would like, and the color thread. I would suggest a hot pink or black thread colorSample picture of GRACE is Roman font with all caps and silver/gray color thread. Roman font must be all caps.Sample picture of Felicia is Block font with upper & lower case letters, using silver gray thread color.Please send me a note if you have any questions.Please note that I did not make the blanket. I only monogram it with what you want and where you want it.

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Singing jazz is a joyful experience for Emma Callister Walmsley. But her show at Angelica’s in Redwood City on Feb. 16 will have a bittersweet flavor. The next morning, she’ll be flying back to her native England for her grandmother’s memorial service. “I sing a lot of songs from her era, so I think of her a lot when I’m singing. So this show will probably be a little more poignant, in that respect. She lived to the grand old age of 96. She had a good life and a peaceful passing,” Callister Walmsley says. “So you can’t really ask for more, I guess.”.

Fortunately, at Callister Walmsley’s wedding, her grandmother was finally able to watch the gifted vocalist in front of impressed listeners, “That was a really special moment,” Callister Walmsley says, “She’d only heard things online, rather than being able make it to my performances, So I’m glad that she was able to come along and hear me sing a couple of numbers for her, She made a few requests,” she says, soft pink let's dance baby blanket with pink ballet shoes personalized monogram embroidery with a little laugh, Raised in London, Callister Walmsley sang in church choirs, annual musicals and opera companies, Her family was musical, Her maternal grandfather sang in Welsh boys choirs, Her father sang opera and folk songs and her uncle was an organist..

From a young age, she would listen over and over again to her mother’s Ella Fitzgerald album of Cole Porter tunes. But it wasn’t until university, in Bristol, where she was studying Theology — the Medieval and Restoration periods — that Callister Walmsley really connected to vintage jazz. She was cast in a musical set undersea — British composer Cecilia McDowall’s “Deep Waters” — in which her character was a jazz-singing fish, Tina Tuna. “I was chosen because my voice sounded natural in that role and I could bend the notes, I guess. My voice is almost a bit smoky, and it just suited that older, more traditional style. That was the first jazz I ever sang. And I really enjoyed it. It felt comfortable. It was so different from singing classical. Jazz gives you so much more freedom.

“It was slightly embarrassing, because I had to wear a big, red, curly wig and a fish dress, And my backing singers were electric eels, But it was very fun.”, Later, preparing to audition for another musical, Callister Walmsley was singing in the shower -— Fitzgerald’s version of Porter’s “Too soft pink let's dance baby blanket with pink ballet shoes personalized monogram embroidery Darn Hot.” Her housemate, who happened to be a big band conductor, heard her, “She said, ‘Emma, I had no idea you sang! Come and audition for my big band, We’ve got a slot for a singer, I think you’ll be great.’ It all started from there, really.”..

Callister Walmsley sang with a 70-piece big band and trad-jazz bands, which have a fervent following in Bristol. She was performing material from the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s. Her bands often provided the musical fuel for swing dances, which were immensely popular in the United Kingdom. The big band played in hotel resorts around the world. “A whole avenue just opened up for me,” she says. “It was fantastic.”. Callister Walmsley even managed bands for a while, while she studied for her Master’s degree and Ph.D. in theology. And through the music, she met her husband, Philip Walmsley, who was the guitarist in the university’s other big band. The two bands would tour together once a year.

The couple married two and half years ago, It was during their honeymoon that their lives took a new direction, Her husband received an email offering him a position as a physicist at Stanford University, So they moved to the Bay Area, settling in San Francisco, They both paint and sketch, so they’re soft pink let's dance baby blanket with pink ballet shoes personalized monogram embroidery savoring the art and music scenes here, She’s currently working as a barista by day, but did have an opportunity, in a limited assignment, to put her university degrees to good use, working in Washington, D.C., for an organization that encourages women to use their peace-making skills, particularly in countries with religious conflicts, “I was able to apply what I had learned in a modern context,” she says, “using it for something that can actually have an impact.”..

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