You'll probably leave on a high note, and she'll be left wanting to continue talking to you!
My daughter was 11 when she went to her first school dance.
I put on a brave face as she got out of the car in her polka-dot dress (with a denim jacket for her signature swagger). But what I really wanted to say as she disappeared into the crowd of sixth-grade bravado was, "Wait—come back!
" 9) "If had the chance to possess one of the following superpowers, which would you prefer: being invisible, being able to fly, or being able to read people's minds?
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What is it specifically about Japan that you're drawn to? ;) Do you mainly listen to Rock, or are you into other styles of music as well?
" From this point, you can just allow the conversation to develop naturally, by taking her answers and forming new questions from them.
By the end of the event, people will be tired of answering the same questions about their job and hobbies!
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" She still seemed too young for a middle-school mixer and the awkwardness that accompanied it.