Chorégraphie de la Main or Choreography of the Hand
When I was growing up, I could not stand my curly red hair… it was the 60’s/70’s and I wanted to be a go-go dancer in a cage when I grew up, and I needed long straight blonde hair for that lol.
Once I grew older and realized people paid money for hair like mine it must be okay. I must be lucky I decided… after all, my hair just grew out of my head all curly and red and I didn’t have to pay anyone or sit at a hair salon for hours.
So, therefore, I’ve come to think that, yes, it’s good to be a ginger. =)
My ginger bebe Toulouse is a rescue kitten. Snatched to safety in the nick of time from underneath an 18-wheeler.My cousin was behind the big rig at a busy intersection during the red light. Just a 4 week old bit of orange fluff, it became very obvious he had a personality extraordinaire. In this, his first appearance on video, he shows just how vicious (bishus) he can be. Yes, Toulouse has a bit of a lisp. We are working on that.
My darling students and the vintage pics from my dance studio, Ingram School of Dance (founded in 1933) make for some really great memes!
My 4 year old niece Penelope Jane vows one day to marry Sergei Polunin, the “man who dances in the church.” Until then, she’s happy just to dance like he does and watch the “Ponoonin” video every day. Every. Single. Day.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last year, you’ve seen the incredible, gorgeous, heavily tattooed ballet dancer, Sergei Polunin, perform in a church-like, barn-like setting to “Take Me To Church” by Hozier. Well, the proclaimed “bad boy of ballet” is her “Ponoonin.”
So, here I present to you, an original Penelope Jane performance, inspired by Sergei Polunin.