Thursday, 20 October 2011

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To see why I'd happily go to the ballet every night of the week. Amazing, aren't they?

One of these days I'll work out how to embed YouTube like everybody else.

9 comments:

A Trifle Rushed said...

Superb! I love the ballet, but have only managed to see Beatrice Potter and the Ice skaters (sorry can't remember the French title) twice, and Angelina Ballerina (my husband thought the best bit was Claudia Schiffer sitting in front of us!) since my little girl arrived.
I am looking forward to taking her more often as she gets older, and can sit still and concentrate!

mary said...

Isn't it great? If the Royal Ballet ever do their Wind in the Willows again - I saw it a few Christmases ago and it was absolutely enchanting - I'm sure your little girl would love it. Not nearly as long to sit through as a Nutcracker. But I don't think it's been on in the past few years. (Pretty useless recommendation then. Sorry! but you never know, there might be a revival.)

Sue said...

Pah! I can do that. Well, no, I can't but I can embed youtube videos. Click on 'share' under the video, then select 'embed' and simply copy the text in the box and paste it on your post.

I'm a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to ballet. I'd love to see that production of Romeo and Juliet. Dum de dum de dum dum....

mary said...

I've just tried that Sue, and it's different from what I was doing before - but still no result. Maybe I'm being too impatient.

Darlene said...

Stunning! If I could touch my toes without bending my knees I would be happy.

Sue said...

Mary, the video won't actually appear until you publish your post. Have faith.

mary said...

Ah, that might make all the difference. Thanks, Sue. Won't try now as am supposed to be at my desk working not fiddling with blogs!

Eggs on the Roof said...

I've just done the Take 7 project... when you revisit 7 old posts. I had to choose 3 others to revisit their old posts too, and suggested you. I hope you're pleased rather than horrified! I actually rather enjoyed doing it in the end...

A Trifle Rushed said...

Mary, The Wind in the Willows sounds perfect, let's hope for a revival! Thank you :-)