Saturday, October 16, 2010


1. Does anything about Halloween “spook” you?

Not really, or it should be the fact that we have no tradition of halloween here and that commercialism tried to impose on us all those american features of it.

2. What is the favorite costume you have ever worn for Halloween?

As we don't celebrate it I can't mention one.

3. What is your favorite thing about Halloween?


4. What one topic is (or was) the most painful to discuss with your parents? Why?

I grew up in a time that not very many things awere discussed with parents. And certainly not at the initiative of children.

My indepence of thought and action though were never appreciated.
That's why I stress this very much in my children.

5. What was the happiest day of your life? Do you think you'll ever top it?

Not one day, but many: the birth of my children.
I was also very happy when I had all my living children at home for the first time.

6. What animal would you like to be able to communicate with?

Maybe a bird. They have such a different life: they can fly!!!

7. In what way do you come nearest to perfection (as you define it)?

Me? I? Oh come on... that's not a question to ask and certainly not to answer.
At an area where perfection can be measured: teaching ballet, picking the best one at auditions.

8. Do you have any recurring nightmares?

My life is a nightmare at this moment.

9. If you could change anything about the way you were raised, what would it be and why?

Pfff... a lot.
One of the things: I would have given far more space to creative development. I was asked for the balletacademy and my mother declined. They even visited my mother at home, but she didn't get the message that I was really talented and good.
I've found my way in the balletworld nevertheless, and I've found out how enormous the urge in a talented person can be to follow that talent and develop it.
Maybe I wouldn't have found that out.

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