For those in my immediate family; since you've already seen these pics, you have my permission to click out and find a web site that's more interesting (it won't be hard). BUT, if you haven't seen them you better stick around because there will be a quiz later, people!
I'm not sure if it's considered lazy to post a repeat, but frankly, I don't care because now I have a place (this here blog thingie) to store all of the things I've been sending via email. Oh, my. It just makes my little OCD heart go pitter-patter. The organization! The neat, little, dated columns! Having everything in one place! If some of you don't get it and are in the fetal position, sucking your thumbs, I'm sorry. I don't understand you, but I'm sorry.
The following post is something I sent my family around a month ago. We had observation day at Princess Girl's ballet studio and I got some pictures.
Ballerinas must have long, graceful necks. . . .
. . . except when their necks get tired of being long and graceful and they shrink like turtles.
Ahhh - the barre. This is where REAL ballerinas do their work.
Sometimes ballerinas get tired, especially if their underwear is hanging out of their leotards.
Ballerinas are very serious about their craft. They spend long hours in the studio perfecting things like plies and tendus. Ballet is serious work and don't you let anyone forget it.
Huh? What did she say?
Sometimes you get sick of acting like a graceful, long-necked ballerina and you act like a wiggly frog!
But, in the end, it doesn't matter if you're acting like a frog or a turtle - as long as you have nice pointy toes, you're a real ballerina. Everybody knows that.