Things I’m Thinking

-Isn’t Audrey Hepburn the most beautiful person?

-How much I love my friends, particularly the King.

-How much I really wanted those red skinny jeans from Target but remembered that I’m saving up for a Macbook.

-How fast this week is already going by

-My mini procedure with the eye lid surgeon on Thursday

-Where the heck I’m gonna live in NY when I make the move

-I’m kinda in love with the three solos in RAFA on Bway. Lib, Sean, and Anna kick major butt!

-I have lots of ideas for upcoming shoots but I’m stumped on locations…

-Counting the days till Fusion. Too excited? Possibly!

-Current foods I’ve been craving: sweet potatoes, miso soup, and chicken cordon bleu. extremely random I know.

 -So happy to have Leah as my Bahbt buddy!

-I love how my sisters randomly give me fun things. They are the best.

-Wanting desperately to do a shoot soon, but life is too crazy at the moment

-Can’t wait to see some of my pics on the RAFA website when they update it

-Fusion Press Release= Beautiful. Can’t wait for it to be released.

-Thoughts once again are random. O well…



Wiggins’ got a blog!

My dear King Aaron has decided to join in the fun and get a blog!

I’m sure there will be plenty of campy and rich things so I’m counting on you to follow it!

Go to NOW!

oh and i hear dana is getting a blog too…  stay tuned on that.


P.S. Wow, my last three posts have been about Aaron. I promise I’m not obsessed with him ; ) I just love him a lot!

Up to my head in bleh

bleh seems like the word I use to describe everything these days.

how are you feeling today? bleh

how’s school? bleh

what are you doing after rehearsal? bleh

how’d rehearsal go? bleh

my definition of bleh: the feeling of stress, nervousness, and anxiousness.

you have another word that you use that’s kinda like bleh? lemme know!


Long Live the King!

King Aaron17 Reasons I love Aaron Wiggins:

1) He was the Jack to my Lil Red.

2) He’s a Gleek.

3) He’s a friekin amazing dancer.

4) We have a cool “hand shake”.

5) He loves being a model for my photo shoots!

6) We have way to many inside jokes.

7) He’s so confident and doesn’t care what people may say.

8 ) He demands you call him “King Aaron”.

9) His long hair.

10) He has the best second jump ever! and I will NEVER get sick of photographing it.

11) He tweets.

12) He’s the most awesome guy I know.

13) Unbeknownst to most, he’s an exceptional artist.

14) He’s always there when I need a shoulder to cry on.

15) He’s not afraid to shake them hips. Woo!

16) Makes me laugh like crazy.

17) We’ve been through hell and back together, and its only made us closer.

Happy 17th King Aaron!



New Favorite Dance Photographer

In addition to Richard Calmes, I have found another new favorite dance photographer: Kyle Froman.

Kyle was a corps de ballet member of NYCB and began taking pics of his friends backstage and from the wings as a hobby. He’s now a proffesional photographer and I absolutly ADORE his work!

Check out his website,

Love and Laducas,


“You Turned my Mourning into Dancing”

Life is crazy at the moment. I’m working on two shows that are about to open within the same 2 weeks. I’m trying to finish up some class courses. And on top of everything, I woke up with a sore throat, achy body, stuffy nose, and fever this morning. Not cool.

Despite the current insanity, I had an amazing experience occur recently that I will try to put into words for you here…

Last Wednesday I was having a horrible day. I won’t go into it, but it was bad. Late that evening we had rehearsal for Cara’s Fusion in Sync dance, “You Turned My Mourning Into Dancing”. The dance is basically about the accident on June 3rd. I’d love to talk about the dance in detail but I don’t want to ruin it for those of you who will be attending the show. The dance is 15 mins long and I personally get very little breaks from moving. In the dance we have the “trio” in which Aaron and I play ourselves, Devin is Makenzie’s body, and Cara/Madi is Makenzie’s spirit. I enjoy every second of those beautiful five mins. Then Aaron and I go into our duet which is supposed to be life after June 3rd. Then the full cast proceeds into the remainder of the dance which is the funeral. By this time, everyone if filled with so much emotion. In Wednesday’s rehearsal it was the first time we all stopped thinking about the movement and started thinking about how we felt. Of course we all started to break down and cry. Even though it was extremely sad, it was also extremely therapeutic to look around and see all of my friends sobbing. So many times a day I think about feeling so alone, but really I’m not. All of my friends love me and we are there for each other just like Makenzie was for us. This is probably going to be the most personal dance I will ever perform in my life and I could not be more thankful to Cara. It means so much to me to dedicate this to Kenz and to be able to know that she is watching us and smiling.

After the rehearsal finished, I went up to Aaron, who was crying as well (everyone was) and we just hugged and sobbed into each other’s shoulders. I’ve thought so many times about how lucky we are to have each other. If I had lost him as well, I can’t even imagine… I love him so much and feel honored that we get to share our story together. Below is two pictures taken by Miss Madi Gladu of us working on our duet in rehearsal sometime last week.

with Cara- YTMMID, duet

YTMMID, duet

Words cannot describe how much I can’t wait to perform this number. It’ll be the hardest, most rewarding thing I’ll ever have to do. But it’ll be worth it.

This piece will be performed at Bay Area Houston Ballet and Theatre’s “Fusion in Sync”, October 9th, 10th, 11th and 7:30pm.

Location to be announced. I hope you will come and take the time to see this incredible show. Its going to be absolutely stunning.