Saturday, September 3, 2016

The Evolving Blog

What a difference one more social club news made to the Platinum Horseshoe blog and to interest in social dancing in the West. Millie Chun came through like a champ with her report on the Pearlridge Chapter Social. Another club in Waianae and one more on the North Shore would establish this blog firmly in the top of the blogs on Oahu.

 "Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product."

We can get going by getting as much information from and for the reader/dancers as possible. If this blog is redesigned, the reader/dancers will do it. And as always, there will be those that have been contaminated by the Creative Researchers And Producers and are not interested in participating in our endeavors and they will be respectfully excluded. They will make the ultimate decision of opting out. No hu hu. We will have a lot of ground to cover without them.

"Wheel Of Fortune" by Kay Starr

Now that I can get my shoes on, I am making plans to travel as much as possible using the #53 bus which stops a block away and it goes all the way to Ala Moana. Second choice will be the Handi Van which is very good except that the wait is sometimes over a half hour. So any clubs in the route of the #53 bus, let me know and I will try to drop by and with their help, make a nice blog for our fellow dancers. I always take a last look when I leave. It's nice that our dance world will know that all these people were having good clean fun and willing to let the rest of the world go by.

"Here's To Life" by Jimmy Borges

Ritmo Mestizo the blog is at the bottom of hits. I have given it time, but no one seems to know or care about Latin music and dance, which they dance every day. However I got some suggestions from some fellow dancers and I thought it would be a nice thing to try. And I could postpone deleting the blog to the end of the year. For those interested in the other blogs, just click the poster on the side bar of any blog and the one you click will appear like magic on your screen. Suggestions welcomed.

 "Every person who got to where they are,
had to begin from where they were"