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I have been living and watching The Middle School Musical since its original broadcast in 1998. In the series, a fictionalized version of me as a teen growing up with musical dreams (the kids called it a “Jungle”). I was never able to meet my parents because my mother was afraid of them, and so I li더킹카지노ved with my half-brother. I wasn’t an “in the right place at the right time” kind of person—I was more concerned with keeping up with my dreams and chasing them than in the slightest way letting other people interfere with them.

I got into musical theater as a kid, and never stopped watching the show because it taught me so many things about myself as a young girl growing up. The show has changed my life and made me who I am today: an artist, an author, a songwriter, a mommy and a dad—the kind of person that most people can never imagine being.

A fan of The Middle School Musical since the show’s inception, I’ve written a series of books on the show for kids, including The Middle School Musical: My Story and My Quest, and it’s inspired me to create and produce a book based on the show, a memo우리카지노ir about the years between its original broadcast and the카지노 사이트 time I began watching the musical again. The series is called The Middle School Musical: Season 3.

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The Middle School Musical: Season 3 book and music:

The Middle School Musical: Seasons 1 and 2.

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