As I approached Jerry, I could see that he was starting to feel the pain of standing for 27 hours. However, desperate fleeting grimaces of physical discomfort, his spirit was as high as it could possibly be. Here is what he had to say:
Looking strong as an ox, Joel approached me with a smile that would swoon even the coldest of hearts. Confessing that he is awful at writing blog posts, Joel left us with few words again. But that's all he needed to share his modest perspective of the first half of his dancing experience:
Adding to our list of Dancers, we now have Jerry Agosta. Jerry is a senior and he is representing the Penn State Marketing Association (PSMA) on the dance floor. Catching up with Jerry at hour 10, all he could do was smile and laugh. Here's what Jerry had to say about the first (almost) quarter of his THON 2013 journey:
As the BJC crowd begins to get a grasp (well, maybe not everyone) on this year's Line Dance, we heard what a few of the committee members, org members and spectators thought of it. However, we wanted to get the Dancer's opinions on the new Line Dance, as they are the ones who will be doing it all weekend.
Hailing from Lancaster, PA, senior Joel Kreider earned his spot on the floor as an Independent Dancer. Only three hours into THON, Joel found it difficult to put his recent experiences into words. Expression became more difficult as Charles Millard approached the table we were standing at, stopping for a picture and a quick exchange. Here's what Joel had to say: