Today’s lesson: Don’t use you’re iPad as a camera.
digg… so embarrassing that you can’t use the correct “your” vs “you’re”
‘Mais, oui,’ she says, looking astonished. ‘All the time, and for many, many years. And sometimes you think, why do I do all of this? Because you feel a little bit lost, a bit tired. But then you wake up a bit more and you go and you are excited by what you do.’ She pauses to consider how to describe what drives her on. ‘It’s because when finally you achieve something, then you are alive and you did something that only you can do. And if you don’t do it, if you don’t push yourself to do it, and look for the best way to do it, then you don’t wake up.’
|—||Sylvie Guillem, on stopping dance|