Dancers don't have time. You have to spend all day every day or it isn't going to happen.You have until your late teens, early twenties to be ready for a job. And IF you get a job (which is near enough impossible in today's market), your career is likely to last you ten or fifteen, twenty AT THE MOST years. Time is of the element.
I was going to move on to the topic of performing in the Patel student recital and Swan Lake. But I've decided that that topic deserves it's own post, and so I save it. However, to save this post from vapidity, I am using it to make announcements for things to look forward to:
- Obviously, a post about the excitement of the recital, and more importantly; Swan Lake
- Photos from YAGP, the recital, and Swan Lake (possibly videos too)
- An advisory portion of the blog; so this can become useful to any ballet boys who might need a resource for anything from attire, training, personal work ethic, etc.
- Homages; little diddies for those who've helped me on the way
- How personal life can effect being a dancer, and vice versa
- The plan for next year
- And finally, what will become the continuity of the blog for the next few months; the SUMMER
As to why this post is being written at 2am, honestly, I don't know. Sometimes I just can't sleep.