Oh La la! I'm Laylay!
Likes + Dislikes
- Country Music
- Achey or sore muscles (needs to always move!)
- Lack of exersise/people who just don't do much
- Red meat (She doesnt trust meat underdone!)
- Being intrupeted
- Having to clean for more then 15 minutes at a time (Nobody got time for that)
+ Virtuarlly any fruit or veggie!
+ Iced Tea, Ice coffee...ice cream...ICE
+ Black and whites being accented with bright colors
+ Chibi wings on everything
+ People who accept her and love to be around her
Listen to my little music track!
It seemed even as a young child, Lay was often seen where music was playing.
Her big silly smile on her face, her tail fluttering high and her fluffy hair flew wildly around.
Lay was an only child to a pair of parents that were more or so...not ready to take care of a child.
It was rather sad that this happy, music loving girl had parents that were too busy arguing to notice the potential their child had.
Luckily for our fluffy friend, her grandmother could see it.
When Lay was 5 years old, her grandmother signed her up to tryout for a boarding school for the arts in NYC, Hickory Arts School for the Gifted. Lay was only signed up for a single year so that if she or her grandmother decided it wasn't her fit, she could get into another school. But thankfully, Laylay flied through all the tests accordingly to be accepted and was even given a scholarship that paid for half of all her education expenses during her time there.
Her grandmother wasn't just pleased, she was so happy for her granddaughter. Lay knew her grandmother wasn't rich but would do anything to help her keep going with her dreams. So once she started school, she wasted no time working herself through it.
Lay made friends with alot of students and teacher alike for her outspoken, open personality. Some even considered her competition in the future should she decide to accept rivalry. But...being Lay's rival is something you shouldn't take lightly.
See, this very exciting and happy girl had a dark persona about her once she became competitive.
It was almost like a switch, as soon as she knew she was going against someone, it was like Lay was gone and someone else entirely came forward. Her eyes would seem darkened, her expression become serious and the feeling you would get being beside her was like a cold front. This was something that kind of freaked others about her, as it went against who she was. Poor Laylay wouldn't remember once she got out of this "dark" state, so it would always end with empty answers.
Luckily, people learned quickly about this trait and warned others about it so it wouldn't happen very often.
Going back to Lay getting into college, she studied at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy for performing arts. She took courses in acting and dance, before finding her best fit was new-age dance. This could include hip-hop, classical to salsa, she was open to learning it all and finding her own rhythm. While going to school, she took on a lot of type of jobs, art related and non. SOme non include a barista, a dog walker and assistant for a reporter. Laylay was no stranger to finding work and making more relationships as time progressed. It was seen she could never keep herself relaxed for too long, she always wanted to be on the move.
Laylay got her big break once she graduated when the school she went to as a child, Hickory Art School, was interested in her becoming an instructor for the younger class along with helping private lessons for special requests. This includes other teachers in the school, performing artists (actors) and even figure skaters. Lay was busier than ever and did her best to keep up with it all.
With all this action you'd think she finally be satisfied, but it all came to a halt a few months ago.
The work, the physical and mental demands of her work and schooling, and years of feeling less like a person and more of an actress in her own life... why it finally caught up.
Lay was doing a lesson, when her ankles collapsed on her whilst taking a jump. Spraining both along with causing 3 broken bones with her left foot may had sealed her fate from ever dancing again. It scared her so much, dance was her life and she wasn't ready to give it up.
Lay went through 2 different surgeries to help rehabilitate her left foot along with taking yoga to help her do something she at this point never did; calm down and breath. To the surprise of everyone, she fully recovered and took on yoga as another form that went hand-in-hand with her dancing.