Thursday, July 13, 2017

The Magnificent West Oahu

The highest priced real estate is now definitely in East Oahu. Those people make it a point that they are much different than us ordinary folk. And we must concur, they sure as hell ain't us. I have no idea what they are going to do in social dancing if anything. But we sure as hell are going to know what is happening in our every day social dance environment on Oahu.

"Social Dancers are so fortunate that everyday they hear music
that makes them want to move to it."

Received an Email from Marie Laderta:
Poster From Renna. Studio Social @ the new Dance Appeal studio. This is for ALL FRIDAYS in the month of July. FYI. Just helping get the word out.

I hope other people can see that Marie is doing a terrific job of helping the dance scene around her. You can do the same and become an information contributor. No commitments just share the dance information when you wish. And you can get to pick the blog of your choice. She also contributes photos and that really helps to balance the text and makes a nice blog. I hope some day she will have the time to become a Guest Blogger. Our blogs do not have advertising but we do try to communicate what's doin' in our dance scene to our readers and fellow dancers.

"Fly Me To The Moon" by Jimmy Borges

By Linda Chen, Lualualei
Remember that "a dance" is different from an "occasion" where there is dancing. At a "dance" function the intent is simply — to dance up a storm and have fun. This means much more physical activity (a hot time in the old town tonight.) Summer weight clothing is always appropriate at dances. No one appreciates "the long arm of the Lindy" whupped in or around their face or a fighter pilot Quickstepper flying by inches from the unsuspecting.

"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho

Remember you can’t go wrong being kind, courteous and unselfish on the dance floor. If your soul is urging you to freedom, talk to any instructor about doing a demonstration or routine — you’ll get the whole floor to yourself. Stationary dancers and slow movers belong in the center of the floor (the eye of the hurricane,) fast flyers belong on the far outside in the fast lanes. Just like entering the freeway, interrupting the flow of traffic is not wise or appreciated. "Yield the right-of-way when entering traffic on the dance floor."

"Social Dancers know that small deeds done are better than great deeds planned."