I guess by now you’ve all noticed I’ve been MIA. I’ve been trying to do a little better with social media lately but I’m just not able to keep up with the blog right now. Life took a crazy turn last Saturday when my brother was severely injured in a car accident. I’ve been at the hospital as much as I can be, but anytime I’m away (especially at work) it’s all I ever think about. My brother will get better, but it will be a long road to recovery. It’s just so crazy to me how things can change in an instant. I just want everything to go back to normal, and for him to be fine. Before I start getting all weird on you guys, I’m just going to cut to the point and say I apologize for what will most likely be very sporadic posting for the next who knows how long. See you soon!
I started dancel lessons at age 3 and loved every minute of it (except this one costume that was bright red tulle and SO itchy, but tha’ts another story). For any lover of dance, The New York City Ballet is kind of a huge deal. And for someone who knows how hard it is, I am even more in awe of every little move they make. When I saw this article in The Cut I knew I had to show it to everyone. Thank you, Henry Leutwyler, for sharing these photos with New York Magazine. Plus, ballet dancers always get away with wearing the coolest stuff… and they are the inventors of the sock bun!