Home where the heart is

Reblogging a post from my niece, I am such a proud auntie

Jorijn Anne Vriesendorp

Leaving Avignon in total tiredness …

I am sitting in the train, trying to catch up some sleep. But that doesn’t work. I am thinking back at this little adventure of the last weeks in Avignon. It has been absolutely amazing. Being with lovely people around me, seeing some eye-opening performances and exhibitions, summer weather, lots of good food and drinks and the reason to be here of course, performing Rausch every night for a full house.

Last night, during the final performance of the 7 shows we did in this beautiful open-air venue Court Lycee St. joseph, I was looking up and saw many stars. As cliché as this may sound, seeing these stars, I got such a rush of luckiness through my body. I mean wow I love my job. Dancing under the stars, every night sold out (750 people) and performing a piece with a wonderful group of performers/friends all over the…

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