Tomorrow and on Saturday, I will be guest performing as the Arabian Sultan’s first cademe (is that right?) at Balletcenter’s rendition of the Nutcracker.
Thank you to Tita Johanna and Mr. A for inviting (and convincing) me to accept this role. I appreciate all the exceptions you’ve made for me (i.e. my own schedule, no pointe shoes, no uniform etc.), I really do! It was fun to dance again!
Please do forgive me for the imperfect lines and other technical faults, I haven’t done this in four years.
Hope you guys can come and support the show!
On Stage, Cinema One, Ayala Center Cebu
7PM December 3, 2010
7PM December 4, 2010
Greetings from Germany’s cute little Christmas village!!!
Okay, I’m guessing you spotted the man lurking behind the pine trees of the last photo, and realized there’s either a giant dude in the village, or that I’m not actually in Germany.
Or maybe it was the plastic little men on the seesaw’s that gave it away.
Truth is, I’m still in my sweet hometown of Cebu, where the spirit of Christmas is slowly getting to me.
I can’t help but feel all warm and fuzzy inside when I see bright Christmas lights and festive decorations. I mean, come on, its the most wonderful time of year!
I admit, the only time I’ve felt this festive in the last few years was when I spent the early part of the Holidays in Europe. I was so carefree and relaxed then, and all my cares went to exploring new cultures. When you’re too caught up with work and stress, the holidays seem to pass by without much meaning. I guess no matter how busy we are, we really need to take some time off to immerse ourselves in the holidays ( just like when we were kids, and we’d get so excited about it.) In times like these, it takes a little effort on our part to awaken that little spirit inside you.
Anyway, My family and I had lunch at Marco Polo, and saw this. We hope you can help support their cause too!
and I hope everyone else gets bitten by the Christmas bug!