About Me

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Hello, I’m Kirsten.  Professional ballet dancer, sometimes poet, voracious traveler and avid tea drinker.  Here you will find the written rambling of my conscience as I chronicle my adventures, both onstage and off.  Welcome.  Read, explore and enjoy.

35 thoughts on “About Me

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  2. Hi Kristen!
    What a lovely blog you have here… Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts on Tutus&Tea.. I look forward to following your chronicles! Keep Dancing and Dreaming!

  3. I stumbled across your blog yesterday and could not stop reading it. Your posts are so entertaining and your pictures are super cute. I am some what envious of your life. Good luck with everything and keep posting!

    • Thank you so much for your interest! So nice to hear such lovely words. Looking forward to your sharing more with you. xx

  4. I really love your blog so I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award; take a look at my page for more info.

    • Hi Jessica,
      That’s too funny! The dance world is just so small. Love meeting fellow dancing writers (or is it writing dancers?!)- let’s keep it up and maybe this little community will grow as well :)
      xo, k

  5. Hi Kirsten! I’m a dude who just started dancing in his sophomore year at Kansas State University and it’s been such a roller coaster already! I’ve gotten addicted to Tap but I’m taking a theatre dance class now and taking ballet starting January 20th! It’s all so crazy and I’m excited I found your blog so I can see what experiences are like on your side of the spectrum. Keep dancing, keep smiling, and keep writing :)

  6. Hi Kirsten! I’ve just discovered your blog and I can’t stop reading it! I’ve been captivated by the ballet since I was young but have never had the opportunity to meet a professional dancer. Believe it or not, you are a mysterious group of people! Thank you for sharing your life and thoughts. Keep up the wonderful work.

  7. Hi Kirsten, Thanks for supporting us here in Africa. You are n inspiration to our students and we love your blog. Please don’t eat too many of those donuts!! Best wishes, Linda

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