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Pro Bowl Cheerleader Diary - Part 1

The Cardinals' Pro Bowl cheerleader gets her week started

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Greetings from Hawaii! We just finished day one of my Pro Bowl experience and I cannot believe how much we've done already. All of the girls arrived throughout the day Monday and we immediately started bonding. We all got together for dinner and headed to our rooms to get some rest before the busy day we had ahead of us. We were also assigned a roommate and I have the honor to be rooming with the Jets representative, Mandisa.

6 a.m. is when our day started on Tuesday. We got together with our Pro Bowl directors for breakfast so they could introduce themselves and give us a run down of what to expect with our week in Paradise. After breakfast it was time for our very first rehearsal, it was 7 hours long with a lunch break in between. It was great to see all of the cheerleaders dressed up in there practice gear and dancing together for the first time. During practice, we were assigned our lines, these are the girls we will dance with on the sidelines at the game and who we will spend the majority of our time with here in Hawaii. My line includes Cowboys, 49ers, Vikings (Kristina, pictured with me) Saints and Redskins.

After our very long but exciting practice it was time to freshen up for our Pro Bowl photo shoot. The weather was perfect and the sun was just beginning to set so we were all so excited. This was a public event at one of the six pools at the Hawaiian Village Hotel, tons of fans cheered us on as we fought for the perfect shot.

To finish the night off we had an autograph signing at the hotel, shot some video for the upcoming game and had some dinner.

It's bed time in Hawaii, Aloha!!

Best, Taryn

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