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“You’ve got to kick at the darkness ’til it bleeds daylight.” – Bruce Cockburn

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  • 1. Lesley Larose  |  September 12, 2008 at 11:17 am

    I absolutely love your blog. I came across it looking up information on SYTYCD. We (my daughter and I) luckily did manage to get tickets to the Toronto show on October 26th – not meaning to rub that in. I watched your videos and agree with so many of your choices for the top videos of this season. I love the contemporary the most, as well. Your Helen Humphrey’s poem blew me away – I printed it out for my fridge – thank you. I will be spending quite a bit of time here on your blog, I know. Your intelligence is refreshing – your humour greatly appreciated. Thank you for giving me something to read during my quiet moments.
    Yours sincerely,
    (Mrs.) Lesley Larose

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  • 2. zennifer516  |  September 13, 2008 at 5:06 pm

    That’s awfully kind of you, Lesley! Great to have you here. I’d love to hear your review of the Toronto SYTYCD show, too!

    Are you watching SYTYCD Canada?

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  • 3. Lesley Larose  |  September 13, 2008 at 11:38 pm

    I will definitely be watching SYTYCD Canada, Zennifer. I will also keep you posted on the Toronto show. We were lucky enough to get tickets to last year’s show in Toronto too – it was absolutely amazing. Watching your videos has made me realize just how excited I am to be going again!!!!! It is something special that my daughter and I share – a love of dance and music.

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  • 4. Rebecca  |  May 23, 2009 at 2:35 am

    My condolences (belatedly) on Leo, the cat’s demise. I’ve had my fair share of making “the decision” and it is never easy. Over the years, I’ve come to the conclusion that the only cure for a dead cat is a live one, preferably two. They are so much funnier in pairs.

    I hope that we, your Internet audience, can look for more frequent posts now that SYTYCD has resumed. I enjoy your writing and have missed it. Please give us your weekly blow by blow.

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  • 5. Rebecca  |  May 23, 2009 at 2:35 am

    My condolences (belatedly) on Leo, the cat’s demise. I’ve had my fair share of making “the decision” and it is never easy. Over the years, I’ve come to the conclusion that the only cure for a dead cat is a live one, preferably two. They are so much funnier in pairs.

    I hope that we, your Internet audience, can look for more frequent posts now that SYTYCD has resumed. I enjoy your writing and have missed it. Please give us your weekly blow by blow.

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  • 6. zennifer516  |  February 8, 2010 at 6:17 pm

    Oh, hello Rebecca! My belated thanks for your condolences. As you may have noticed, I didn’t recap this year’s SYTYCD — I’ve kind of let this blog slide, but I intend to revive it! Hope to see you back again!

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  • 7. Annie  |  March 22, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    Your blogs are so interesting and provoke such thought, I cannot help but read them over and over again. Today, as I was sitting here, still in my PJs and not feeling up to par, I did it again.

    Having gotten to meet you in person and having the privilege of conversation with you. A breath of fresh air in a world of apathy. A kindred spirit that looks at the world through the eyes of an artist. You define the word integrity. Sometimes the path to becoming all we’re meant to be is difficult. The easier, softer way has no life lessons. It’s boring. You my dear, are not boring.

    I find this, “I’m intrinsically curious, inherently quirky and I have a deep and abiding love of the absurd. Even though it sometimes seems to others that I am meandering lost through a dense forest, following whatever leafy tree or pretty rock that catches my eye, there is–usually–a method in my madness.”, to be an exact description of me. Regardless of what others think, I’ll always blaze my own trail. Some things are just meant to be. You are truly appreciated and loved.

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