February, by numbers

Books read: 17 (vg)
Books bought: probably more than 17, ffoqs given: precisely zero
Ballet classes taken: 15 (excellent given I was on holiday for a week)
Times I skived barre stretch during class: 1 (excellent, and it was only because my spine was completely unhappy everywhere)
Pairs of pointe shoes killed: 1, must replace
Ballets seen: 4 (Giselle with Laura Morera in the lead, oh my ~feeeeeeeeeeeels and a triple bill)
Ballet companies seen: 1 (Royal Ballet)
Knitting projects completed: 2 (an iPod cover and a phone case)
Knitting projects cast on and in progress: 2 (a shawl for me and a hat for my mother)
Metres of alpaca silk I bought because my feelings were so strong I almost licked it: 800
Times I cut my own hair off before a job interview: 1
Times I accidentally got a new job in spite of hair cut: 1
Times I made cake for work: 2
Times left london: 3 (vg: Derbyshire, Orkney and Hampshire)
Days spent getting to Orkney: 3
Cameras left behind on Orkney: 1
Nephews acquired: 1

Today it is March which I don’t quite understand. BUT that means tonight I get to go and see Ballet Black! In the LINBURY! Bring on the capslock and the ~feeeeeeeeeeeeeels

Anyway, have a picture o the sea on Orkney:

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5 Comments

Filed under baking and mixing and kitchen stuff, ballet how it should be done, I dance (not by Toyota), iPointe, knitting on pointe

5 responses to “February, by numbers

  1. katherinea

    You missed out #of words made up.

  2. Basia

    Just wondering if you have time for this project below? Sorry, you’re the only person I know that knits! Btw love your blog, and very impressive list!

    The Penguin Foundation has a global callout for knitters to make pullovers for penguins in rehab:
    http://www.abc.net.au/local/audio/2014/03/05/3957423.htm?site=melbourne&WT.mc_id=Innovation_Radio-Local-Melbourne|PenguinPullovers_FBP|abc

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