Sunday, February 28, 2016

Restart

Back from two weeks at Tripler and I am feeling fine. So I restart all the blogs, just taking my time. They all dropped in average hits per day but that was to be expected. This one should be back in the 20 hits per day in a week or so. The magic number is still 33 average hits per day which is 1000 hits per month. Hard to achieve with only SOS. That is island of Oahu communication! Any body even close to that?

"It is easier to perceive error than to find truth, for the former lies
on the surface and is easily seen, while the latter lies in the
depth, where few are willing to search for it."


"Yes, it is only a dream."

Hopefully we will get more hits when we are able to give the readers more local dance information. Perhaps a new dance club would take advantage of the social media available in blogging and it is all for free. And it is mostly for the dancers on the Island of Oahu. Hopefully too, we can find a place to keep introducing the Oldies but Goodies music, the Classics that we all know and love. This blog still remains everyone's chance to get your two cents in.

"A Song For You" by Jimmy Borges


If we missed anyone that wanted in, it was not intentional, please let us know. Suggestions are still welcomed and we have our hopes for feedback. We know only what our counters tell us and "Blogger" provides the service to us for free. We do not copyright anything that we publish. We borrow freely from everyone and they borrow freely from us. If at any time someone objects please let us know in writing and we will apologize and promise to never, ever bother them again.

"Walk With Me Through Paradise" by Melveen Leed


It is also unfortunate the way we run things in our dance world on Oahu. Is there a difference in Oligarchy and Democracy? If so which one are we closer to in our dance clubs. For all the other good people out there, our sincerest thanks. We work together for the benefit of everyone. Hopefully everyone will understand that that is the name of our game. Yes, there will always be naysayers.

We dance to live, we dance to breathe,
we dance to be free, we dance to be us,
while some try to make us something else.