Tuesday, March 7, 2017


The Three Tiers:

In dancing it is fairly easy to put everything into the three tiers, the good, the bad and whatevah. And in the Platinum Horseshoe it is quite the same as any where else. The "Bad" department has too many and been covered many times by others. Only one will be repeated now and then. If anyone chooses to ignore us, is it alright for us to ignore them? No hu hu, just acceptance. We have work to do and we must be on our way.

"Writing is something that we can never do as well as it can be done.
It is a perpetual challenge, so do it and it will make us
all happy when we do it well.”

The "whatevahs" department in the middle will find us doing more to please them "wherevah," Our advantage is that they are finding out that Cha Cha Cha has over 600 documented steps and patterns. International has what they consider "theirs" at about 75 - 80 at most. The Samba is getting in shape, and the Waltz is still solid. Rumba of course will be one to last us to the next century while many will go by the wayside.

"I'll Remember You" by Don Ho

The "Good"department has us in a very fortunate position because we can almost see the results ahead. Some groups are and will continue to lose ground but there will be new ones with new ideas and they will make it. Lucky we have so many in the "good" department, where they kokua for the benefit of all the dancers. We get information and photos which are the most important factors in keeping a blog going. We can't lose for winning.

"Old Hawaiian Song" by Melveen Leed

Websites can be the work of an individual, a business or other organizations, and are typically dedicated to a particular topic or purpose. On Oahu most of the dance Web sites are dedicated to one club or dance organization. All publicly accessible websites collectively constitute the World Wide Web and on the Mainland they usually have a counter to know how much readership is there. Ours are Blog Sites which are much different than Web sites and all have counters.

Dancing is surely the most basic and relevant of all forms of expression. Nothing else can so effectively give outward form to an inner experience.

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