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Woolf Works: Royal Ballet

Once again, I am so behind in posting this review. I actually saw Woolf Works – Wayne McGregor’s triptych of Virginia Woolf ballets – on 11th February, and I just haven’t found time to write about it. 551 more words


aquarius wishes

I’ve grown used to my cold weather birthdate.  25 years of indoor parties, blizzard warnings and windchill have made me a pro at bundled celebrating.  This year I embraced the cold weather with a relaxing morning, a warm bath and some serious comfort food.   41 more words



Now I am 25.  I eat black beans and scrambled eggs and doughnuts x 3.  I walk the West Side, build my own bouquet, take a bubble bath and do not nap.   103 more words


Woolf Works

The Royal Ballet’s production of Wayne McGregor’s Woolf Works seems to have been discussed and reviewed everywhere recently, and I was very happy to be able to go and see it at the weekend. 777 more words


happiness is a warm back

Way back in January, I made one big new year’s resolution and a smaller one: to learn how to knit.  One of my best friends shared the desire to learn, so together we made an adventure of it, rounded up supplies, filled a big bowl with popcorn, and started YouTubing tutorials.   342 more words


The Baggage of Culture - I

Many consider time spent on Facebook a frivolous waste, but like many things in life it is what you make of it. I have found, as other writers have, that it often offers up food for thought, writing ideas and opportunities, can actually be educational provided one double-checks facts, and can provide far-reaching connections that have been most fruitful. 1,163 more words


full circle

When I was 9 years old, I took my first pointe class.  It was my first exposure to classical ballet, my first time hearing the word… 430 more words