Saturday, January 27, 2018

Wahiawa Starts with a Bang

Dancing together may have been a small miracle for some people, but does the miracle fade? As social dancers, it's easy to make some progress, and, at the same time, lose some perspective on how special it is to have someone who will dance with you. It should be fun and if it isn't, what then?

"Beauty of style and harmony and grace and good rhythm depend on simplicity."
~ Plato

Received from Maile:
Come and join us on Friday, February 2, 2018
for WBDC's Jungle Safari Dance!
RSVP to Carol Kohagura for Free Pizza!
See you SOON!!! Maile Yagi for WBDC

Awfully nice to receive this beautiful poster in digital format like I have received in the last twenty years. Just right click and save. I get so many with all kinds of apps and it is sometimes difficult for me to copy it. Last month I received a nice poster and I tried several methods but no go. I finally emailed and asked for a digital copy. They never sent it - their choice. I am ready to help anyone that gives me a chance.

"Abrazame" By Julio Iglesias

In the 20th century, Social dancing has had 60 to 70% women. But in this century, men have been returning to the dance floor. It has been one of the most important shifts in Social Dancing on Oahu and that is why it is crucial that we strengthen the dance partner relationship. Men are learning that they can enjoy moving to music without being an exhibition or competition dancer and be proud of it.

“Social dancers know that we all can dance, when we hear the music that we love.”