Author Archive for: Ally Mollo
I am Ally Mollo and I am 12 years old. I was born in Los Angeles California and have lived my whole life here. My favorite thing to do in the whole world is to dance. I have been dancing since I was 7, and my favorite styles are contemporary, modern and hip hop. I also love to ski, river rafting and act. I go to acting camp every summer. I am now in 6th grade and it’s my first year in middle school. Most of my friends are still going to my old elementary school but I decided to move on to Immaculate Heart Middle School and High School. I loved my old school and really miss all of my old friends but I have been wanting to go this school ever since I first drove past it on the way to kindergarten. The change has been great and I have made a lot of new friends.
When I was 8 years old I drew a bunch of pictures of guardian angels and with the help of my mom and dad, we turned those drawings into a business. We make 7 different plush guardian angel buddies and are now working on an animated show for them. The business has been a great learning experience and it’s been wonderful hearing from other little girls around the U.S. that write me about how great the angels are and how they have helped them. That’s been the best.
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Entries by Ally Mollo
There are really no limits to what you can do in life, and when someone tells you that you can’t do something, stay strong and know in your heart that you can accomplish anything that you put your mind to. Because I am just a kid, some people tried to tell me I couldn’t do certain things. Don’t let these type of people get to you. Be true to yourself, know who you are, and embrace that. Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. We underestimate ourselves and can psych ourselves out of success, by being afraid. It is easy… Read more.
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