Monday, July 21, 2008

coincidence?

Is it a coincidence that almost exactly one year after writing this post about taking adult ballet classes last summer I'm getting a big number of blog clicks for that very entry?

me in performance with the "adult students" in June

One of my many plans for the next few blogging weeks - besides posting more often as I used to - is to write an updated version of this old post about my experiences after a whole year of taking open classes...more to come...

7 comments:

Kathy with a K said...

hmmm; just as I've been toying with the idea of taking Finis' "Absolute Beginner" class.

We'll see about that.

Taylor said...

oh you should! i think he has a whole beginner weekend workshop coming up...i want to say aug. 23-24 but not positive...check out ailey's website and it should say

Philip said...

Well, after seeing the guys in the picture I guess could still wear tights. Unfortunately I am totally broke so unless I can get a scholarship (LOL!) I have to wait 2 more years to start.

inamorata ballet said...

I put a link to that blog entry (on my blog) on Sunday.

Keep up the great work.

Inamorata Ballet

http://inamorata-ballet.blogspot.com/

Taylor said...

inamorata ballet, thanks for the link - i saw it from my stats :)
i've been getting other clicks to that post from elsewhere so I just thought it was funny that it was exactly a year later

philip, haha no tights necessary...most guys where sweatpants in those classes. but yes, unfortunately ballet is an expensive habit...ugh

Kathy with a K said...

Thanks for the encouragement, Taylor!
On another note...come to The Rich Forum in Stamford, Ct (train ride away) to see The Music Man, performed by the Summer Theater of New Canaan! It closes Sunday...but if you can catch it; it's well worth the trip. (beside the fact that my daughter is in it!)
Tommy Tune was in the audience last night (whatta thrill!)and he had great things to say about the production.
www.stonc.org for info :)

Taylor said...

Aw I wish I could make it, kathy with a k. Sounds great!