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Matilda's Garden tutu

Matilda is 8, turning 9 in August and wanted a green, purple and gold tutu with butterflies. She’s a completely delightful and engaging wee thing and quiet decisive in her tastes. 301 more words


The Ordinary Moments 27/52 - A Battle of Wills

I find parenting quite hard at the moment. As we approach September and all of the changes it will bring us and also feeling rather wiped out after a difficult year of not being on top form, we are also faced with both Ethan and Megs being very much in the “asserting their independence” stage of life. 638 more words

Trisomy 18

Lennon, the Ballet, and the Pregnant Lady

Last shots of my time spent in Prague seeing the Lennon Wall, going to the State Opera to see Romeo and Juliet and finding Cerny’s weird statue in Prague.


Ballet, Beauty and Health

One of the most important issues for modern people is health. Many people try hard to stay healthy by doing exercise regularly and eating only what are good for their health. 287 more words



This month, award winning, Adelaide choreographer Daniel Jaber will present his latest work, a re-imagining of Fokine’s iconic ballet, The Dying Swan.

Teaming up with UK Spotlight Award winning dancer Kialea-Nadine Williams, Jaber’s world premiere solo work, … 1,392 more words


A Girl Not on Fire

I fell in love with the concept of a girl on Fire from The Hunger Games and the Alicia Keys song, especially sung by Naya Rivera in an episode from Glee. 1,006 more words