THE LITTLE GIRL WHO STILL SHINES
Tanya was a smiling, enthusiastic and endearing little girl: a real ray of sunshine. She has always had great confidence in life and knew how to take advantage of the moment. This strength comes from the comfortable and fun childhood he was given. His youth was a sweet pearl that one wears around one's neck. She never lacked for anything and is very grateful for the abundance she had and still has in her life. She would like all the children in the world to have the same chance as her. That's why she's so generous. She always pays it forward with her big heart. She believes that if each pampered person gave in turn, the world would not look the same as it does today. Often she dreams of seeing happiness on the faces of all the children of the Earth. This dream started when she was 7 years old and has been following her ever since. Discover little Tanya in this article.
1. What did she want to be when she grew up?
Tanya spent a lot of time at the jewelry store. She played counselor with her brother and had a lot of fun pretending. It was in her games, which seemed unimportant, that she observed adults and quickly learned about love for people and customer service.
2. WHAT DID SHE MOST LIKE TO DO?
Cycling around the neighborhood with your brother or friends and going on a boating adventure with the whole family. Tanya's dad was setting up a large towel on the deck so his daughter could sunbathe while enjoying the warmth of the sun and the wind. She spent hours listening to her favorite music with her very fashionable yellow walk-man at the time. These are memories she cherishes.
3. WHAT DID SHE PREFER TO EAT?
It hasn't changed after all these years. Tanya loves poutine and salmon tartare. We go from simplicity to refinement with its two options which are curiously opposed.
4. Her wildest dream?
Can you believe little Tanya dreamed of petting a live tiger, like Jasmine's character in Walt Disney's Aladdin did. It's still a dream that she cherishes today. It takes guts to dream that. We can't wait to see this dream come true. We can say that this is not trivial at all.
5. DID SHE HAVE A MANIA THAT MADE HER LIKELY?
She was a real chatterbox. A little girl who couldn't stop chattering for a second. It's still a fad right now. In addition, because of the many gestures she adds to the lyrics, her spouse takes pleasure in nicknaming her Kent Nagano.
6. IF SHE HAD BEEN AN ANIMAL, WHICH SHE WOULD WANTED TO BE?
Tanya would have liked to be a tiger for her strength, boldness and elegance. Or a dog to receive cuddles all day long, to be treated with small onions and to have the dream life of their own dog, which follows them everywhere on vacation, on the plane, at friends' houses. He doesn't have time to get bored and gets a lot of attention.
7. What she hated above all was what?
Tanya hates snakes. She is terrified of it. If she sees a snake in a movie, she panics. If she sees him in real life, she is in hysteria. These beasts are extremely repugnant to her. She doesn't know why, it's like that.
8. WAS SHE WEARING JEWELRY? IF YES, WHAT WERE HIS PREFERENCES?
She fell into the pot when she was little. She could have said, “I don't want it”. But she loved it so much that she wore it almost all the time: bracelets, chains, rings and earrings. You could say she was her father's daughter. She was happy to wear pretty jewelry to school.
9. HER HIGHEST QUALITY WHEN SHE WAS SMALL AND ITS HIGHEST QUALITY TODAY?
Tanya was always in a good mood. A young girl with contagious enthusiasm. Besides, his daughter Mya is a ray of sunshine too, with less embarrassment. Mya has great confidence which gives her a lot of strength. Mom Tanya is very proud of her.
10. What was her biggest wish when she was a child?
Tanya didn't want a fight and loved everyone. She had friends everywhere, guy or girl, it didn't matter. She knew how to see the good in everyone. She wanted everyone to be kind to each other. Everything that shines inside our child is truly precious. All these memories, these essential values, these dreams that we had, they were there to form the adults that we are today. What is your biggest childhood dream that reminds you of why you are who you are today?