Saturday, April 16, 2016

Slowly But Surely

I am getting use to the fact that our blogs are not gaining hits in such big bursts anymore. We got a big spurt in Ritmo Mestizo blog from Finland, but that happens less and less now. The main thing is that we get much less scam, spam, robot hits. We just want to know how many readers we got and that is all we need.

"Anyone who doesn't take truth seriously in small matters
cannot be trusted in large ones either."

We are becoming accustomed to smaller places to dance in West Oahu. Basically, our gut feeling should do us just fine as long as we trust that bigger is not always better. School cafeterias are just about the right size and they are usually around 2000 square feet. Most of the time a big dance floor is not as good as a smaller dance floor. (Assuming that dancing is important to us all.)

"Cherokee" by Charlie Barnett

In other words, we may be better off having a packed dance floor, having everyone feel a little crowded and interacting with each other, rather than having our guests swim on a big floor. The argument that we want people to have space and not be crowded is only valid under certain circumstances.


"Bridge Over Troubled Water" by Simon and Garfunkel

So that leaves us a place ready and waiting, the Waianae District Park where they have the best dance floor in the West. Somebody should take a look-see and perhaps we could have our first dance club on the Waianae Coast.

 “Wine makes daily living easier, less hurried, with fewer tensions
and more tolerance.”  ~ Benjamin Franklin