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December 24, 2018


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Happy Holidays to you and yours, Haglund.

Merry Xmas!

Merry Christmas, Haglund! And thank you for all you do to keep us in the loop of the ballet world.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and family.

Merry Christmas, Haglund, and thank you for sharing with us your love of ballet.

Hope your Christmas was Merry, and I wish that all your dreams-- ballet and others---come true in 2019! Thanks for writing and reporting honestly about ballet, with a sense of humor or a dose of criticism when needed.

Happy Holidays to you, Haglund, and to your adorable feline friend!!

Thanks to everyone. Happy New Year to all.

Happy Christmas and New Year, Haglund and Haglund’s kitty!

Happy Holidays Haglund! Thank you so much for your insightful, educational posts about ballet. As a relatively new ballet fan when I started reading your blog, I have learned so much in the time since. Please keep on writing and know that you have an eager audience in me!

Thanks again for all the good wishes.

It's hard to believe that we're into our second decade here on the blog. Hopefully the coming year will bring calmer winds and clearer skies so that we can all focus on what's most important in ballet: the performances.

Wishing you and All a great year, full of joy, dancing and happiness!

Happy New Year, Haglund!
May 2019 bring clearer skies, more light, positive changes, joy and peace.

Belated Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you Haglund. I am really looking forward to your wonderful reviews this year.

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