• about the dress code

    Posted by Kaitlyn Beilhartz, 7 years ago

    its both.its a formal,and you can dress up as your favorite character.its either one.it doesn't matter.im going formal,i can't think of who to dress up as =(

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      the masquerade ball

      what are you going to wear to the ball?

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  • 7 years ago

    I think I am going to wear more casual but I am going to be Alice, even tho I'm tall for my age. I think 5'5" is okay tho. I'm 13 so that is tall 4 me.

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  • 7 years ago

    I am such a big harry potter fan, and ever since the series ended, i have been depressed - not knowing what to read next. The twilight saga brightened me up again! though they are nothing like the harry potter story, Twilight has its own magic. now that i've finished 'breaking dawn', i once again feel that depressed feeling coming back. I hope Stephenie Meyer continues to write more novels, or sagas. I'll really really be looking foward to whatever she produces. I love the fact that Stephenie Meyer never really had any aspirations to write novels. It really is encouraging to someone like me, who isn't a writer, but has a bunch of ideas in my head. I know this sounds corny, but it just proves you can do anything, if you really try!

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