Meet Me at the Barre

One goal while I was home for Christmas was to help Magz clean out my former bedroom. As we went through countless old memories, I dusted off a favorite book of mine from childhood: “The Silver Slippers.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My parents enrolled me in dance classes at a very young age, and it soon became my passion. I practiced all of the time, and I read this magical ballerina book from my grandma over and over again.

The necklace that came with it was also rediscovered, so here are some Pinspirations for every little girl who dreamed of being the Prima Ballerina.

1st Position: Ballerina Buns (of Steel?)

2nd Position: Fouetté in Fashion

3rd Position: Accesory Arabesque

4th Position: Party Pirouettes

5th Position: Tutu Cute

Grand Plié: The Book that Started It All

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About Wittyburg

Sarcastic, sports-obsessed writer & FL native navigating SF.

5 responses to “Meet Me at the Barre”

  1. Maggie May says :

    A wonderful tribute to all of those lessons and your Grandma Wintenburg. She would be so proud of the woman you have become.

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