Thursday, December 13, 2012

Our 'Dancing Queen'





Not a long post this time, days are running away on me.  I just wanted to share two very nice photographs I took of our grand daughter at her dance recital a few weeks ago.  She has always been a most photogenic child, and now it seems as though she is growing up too quickly.  She has been a very busy girl this term with swimming, as well as dancing, AND trying to cope with family life still disrupted as a result of the house fire.  Hopefully, all will be done by mid January, and things can return to normal.

The night was pleasant, not a long programme, but the small crowd enjoyed every dance.  One last photograph and I'll be off to try to catch up on some Christmas cleaning.  Sadly, I was unable to successfully clone out the arm in the following photograph.



Thank you to all who continue to support my blog.  I so enjoy your comments.  After a bit of conversation with my friend, Dian, I've realized the textured seed pods in my last post belong to the Plane Tree. 

16 comments:

katherine said...

Beautiful photos of your grand daughter Linda. Grace doesn't do classical ballet any more but we did have a piano recital that was most enjoyable with children from 4 - 18 performing. Its great watching kids enjoy themselves and also to see the achievements of their hard work throughout the year.

margaret said...

what a joy to have seen your granddaughter dancing, like you say she us a very photogenic child

DIAN said...

Linda, what beautiful photos. These times are so precious as they grow so fast,

Yes, I thought it was the Plane Tree.

Thanks so much for the chat, sorry I was so pushed for time. x

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Wanda Maria Roszak said...

Linda, how fast time elapses, recently she was a little girl.
Now a beautiful young lady, let them further does what he likes, it's great and you are sure proud of you and the whole family.
We look at your granddaughter, I have to write to you is like you and your grandmother too sunny, beautiful woman to grow, beautiful picture, warm greetings!

Dianne said...

Your little grandie is every bit the dancer, Linda. So gorgeous. Glad you enjoyed their concert and hope 2013 is a far better year for the family. Di

Juliettecherry said...

How lovely it is to attend the children's concerts when they have taken time to prepare their piece.

I so miss them now that my grand-daughter has grown up, especially at Christmas. Lovely photos to cherish.

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Radka said...

Lovely picture of your granddaughter, Linda :-) They grow up so fast, don't they......

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello Linda, A very very lovely photo of your grand daughter. I would like to wish you and your family a Very Happy Christmas and a Very Happy and Healthy New Year. Hugs Judy

Jen said...

Hi! Linda Your Grandaughter is beautiful and she certainly looks like a dancer. The years go so fast and all of a sudden they are so grown up. I get emotional when I go and watch my grandchildren in their concerts.

Ella said...

Your granddaughter is very prety girl.Just want to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

DIAN said...

Just a quick note to say how much I enjoy your blog and to wish you and yours a peaceful Christmas and happy and creative new year.
Thanks so much for your friendship and the phone calls and emails throughout the year.

Anneliese said...

A real wonderful looking prima ballerina - you can be proud of.
It is so nice to see then growing up - we will forget about the time running too fast for us.

Anney said...

Linda,i've just caught up with your blog and this lovely photo of your grandaughter..i'd love to have seen her dance!!

Wanda Roszak said...





Dear Linda,
Happy New Year 2014!?????????
Never forget you like me very pretend, it's ready.
Lying with the specially to get rid of me.
I received a letter from your friends, and wrote to me from me quite minor.
It's hard, for what God will never forgive you, because the final true friend.
How you can sleep? to follow what you done this. me.