Ballet Diary

Thank you to everyone who sent Easter messages and gifts it was a confusing time to be busy and lonely at the same time. As we approach Anzac Day is will be 4 weeks since our 'stay at home' experience with very quiet studios. It seems as though it has been much longer but I am very grateful to be living in Alice Springs and certainly appreciate everyone who is beavering away at keeping us safe. A big 'shout out' to parents who have suddenly become everything! Trying to work from home, teaching or supervising several different grades of school work for children of different ages, create space and time for online everything and run your household. I salute you! I am amazed at the Dads wh

Who knew!

If I thought it would be quieter in our studios without classes,I was wrong and chaos came quickly - the story of many households I suspect. I have gone from saying Yes, No, Hello, Goodbye, thank you and lovely to see you - to I don't know, can we? how? will this work? I am not sure, wow! what? who designed this programme? why is this happening? what can we do? then back to I am not sure! This language of uncertainty makes me feel as if nothing is being accomplished and I can't get anything finished - Quicksand comes to mind. As households have become small cities without much time to plan, the ballet studio has become what seems like a small country. Premium Pete is happening in every s

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