Thursday, January 7, 2016

West Oahu Advances

Now it is becoming more evident that dancing for fun is getting to the West. None of this "heel, toe, toe, heel" stuff that has been turning people off for decades. People in competition and exhibition type of dancing are fine people and their way is correct for their kind of dancing. No hu hu on our part. They are just not with us, that is all, and they have known this all along. They know and pride themselves on the difference that makes them far better dancers than us ordinary mortals.

"We in the West can, because we believe we can."

Dream on fellow dancers.
Meanwhile they are learning to move to music in the central valley. Waipio and Waikele to be exact. There will be no Dance Pavilion in that area. The City needs the money for the Rail Disaster. Lucky our property owners are rich and can afford the property taxes that are going up. And you notice the price of food lately. With the Rail Catastrophe it is going to take longer to make deliveries. And the Fat Cats in Honolulu are laughing all the way to the bank

"Little Things Mean A Lot" by Kitty Kallen

The Waianae Coast has always had some kind of dancing but are they ready to do something about it.? Can we do something to help? Tacos and More has live music on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Could be the start of Latin Dancing in Waianae. Nanakuli has had a few deals but they all fizzled out; Makaha could be the one. But the Fat Cats want to "keep the country, country". That means less money for schools, no paved streets, no sidewalks and definitely no shoe stores. Meanwhile they are making millions and millions of dollars in profits on the Rail Disaster.

"Dancing allows us to learn our limitations and strengths. Our ability to cope with adversity and to get farther than we thought and we find out what we are made of."