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“Break a leg” is a phrase that means “good luck.” It’s typically said to actors before they go on stage for a performance, particularly on opening night. 

Performers believed saying “good luck” would actually bring bad luck on stage, so they’d tell one another to “break a leg” instead. 
A Recreation of the Sock Trick December 2022
In early December I presented my "NEW" Jingle Bell Magic show which included an amazing Christmas Sock Prediction.

During one of my shows, the students and I were on the floor, so to make it easier to see, I stood up on a chair (FIRST MISTAKE) and then lifted one foot in the air (SECOND MISTAKE).

Needless to say, I took a tumble.  I knew before it happened that I should NOT stand on the chair - but I suppose my adrenaline kicked in because I wanted everyone to see the finale.  YIKES!
The Chair Was Ok!
Besides a sore ego . . .I was fine and the show went on!  That is one way to grab the attention of my audience that I will avoid in the future.

That really is the first time that every happened again! :)

Someone said:  "What defines us is how well we rise after falling." 

Funny Things Kids Say

“I didn't fall.  The floor just needed a hug."

A Wacky Wordle

Can you identify the phrase represented by the picture below?  (answer at the end of this email below)

Testimonials about Amazing Teacher Shows

Everyone Loved It!

Steve did a great job integrating magic, while talking about character traits in the Set Sail presentation. He kept everyone’s attention throughout the show. We loved how he tied in the military appreciation while talking about the colors of the flag because we have a large military-affiliated population at our school. I think it’s safe to say we all fell in love with David Hopperfield!

- Renee Hayden, Butts Road Intermediate
David Hopperfield and Steve in the Set Sail show!

FUNNY Lessons to Live By

“If you fall, I'll be there.”
- The Floor
Have an amazing day!
P.S. Read Month 2023 is a great time for the  Celebrate Reading Magic show!
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