Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Everyone Happy?

The best source of information on dancing in these islands is still not our local blogs. Town Dancer and Platinum Horseshoe are something special and they are leading the way. I may say green on Monday and green on Wednesday and green on Friday, that is SOS. If anyone in either blog comes out on the next Monday with "Blue," - Ray call Mary, Doris calls John, and it goes around. "Not the Same Old Shit, this is different."

"Ballet dancers are always dancing round on their toes.
Why don’t they just get taller dancers?"


On any one of our blogs, you can see the "Good Links" in a side bar either to the left or right. Just click the name of the blog that you wish to see and it will appear, like magic, right before your eyes. If you want to access it again later and easily, just add it to your favorites. The diversity of opinion is what makes a blog. My writing, is to try making contact with the dancers, but it is not enough to keep a blog going up in hits faster. The results will be much better when we get more good Information and photo contributors or better yet a Guest Blogger.

"Oh Little Town of Bethlehem"

We are having a tough time getting anyone interested with information to contribute, but then not many really understand or know about blogging. The legit hits are staying solid and even going up very slowly. This communication has usually been done, as a one way communication namely advertising. Newspapers, magazines, radio and television. Even Newsletters, Web sites and some blog sites have never required feedback. But twenty years ago, they introduced the Guest Blogger and many have done very well.

"I wish you a Merry Christmas"
by Jose Feliciano

Some of our information contributors are beginning to realize that the announcements of coming functions are fine, But what happened at the party, photos and write ups, opinions is what is really interesting to the readers. The hits in WBDC went up with their Christmas party and sent this blog up into First Place. As we grow, all the dancers are going to get a better idea of our rapidly changing dance world. Sometimes we even have news of Neighbor Island dancing. They will eventually join sharing dance information with the rest of the dancers' groups on these islands. The holidays are at hand and we are starting the partying, which is what dancers like to do. Perhaps someone on the neighbor islands can get ideas and share a few of their highlights, past, present or in the future for all our fellow dancers on these islands.

"One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning."