When we were planning what to do in the Alps and BG said ‘let’s get you your first 4000m peak’ we planned it to be the Weissmies in Switzerland. It would be a week into the trip by the time we planned to do the Weissmies which meant I would have had a week to… Read More Mont Blanc du Tacul
Despite not being able to dance as much as I used to be able to that doesn’t stop me wanting all the leotards and legwarmers. Here’s the Dancewear Five for November:
Last year in June me and BG went on our first date to the local indoor climbing wall. I admitted there and then that I didn’t like heights, that I wasn’t a climber but that I did have an idealistic sense of adventure. Just over one year later I was very glad to get out… Read More Mer de Glace
I had a collection of books that I had downloaded in anticipation of having a lot of time to read while we where away in the Alps. That was a little naive of me as there was never any time for reading apart from on the car journeys there and back. So way back on… Read More Seven Years in Tibet
La Petite Ballerine used to feature a monthly Five Items of dancewear and as much as that will continue on this new page, I think it’s only right that there are Five Items of Outdoor wear included too. So here’s the Outdoor Five for November:
I knew last night’s class was going to be uncomfortable. The turnout muscles, the hips, the previous inner thigh tears all started to dread how stiff they would be in class before they had even got to class. Since regular class was cancelled back in August getting the ballet fix has been a bit of… Read More Ballet, Running and Flexibility
This summer we went to the Alps for two weeks and while climbing Mont Buet was not the first thing we did it has been one of the things I have been looking forward to writing about the most.