Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Amazing Danced Blogs

My personal blog is finally coming around like all the others. I had a rough time when my computer went down and then I had a three day stay at Tripler which set me back somewhat. I am not losing anymore and it is somewhat static at the moment. I look forward to the Waianae Coast and to the North Shore to get some dance information in these blogs. I don't care where they come from and neither does anyone else. Just get it in here and share it with the reader/dancers on Oahu.

“Social dancers believe that you're not allowed to have legs
and not use them. - Dance.”

It has been very gratifying that we have come to realize that the vast majority of our people are "social" dancers and not inclined to be exhibition and competition dancers. We are just having fun and the minimum is prescribed. Those other dancers are a separate and distinct class of dancers. They know it and have not been shy about letting us know it. No hu hu, just accept any of them that wish to be a part of our group. But we can also accept the fact that they do not run our dance community.

1990 "Love Takes Time" by Mariah Carey

It helps to have information contributors. This invitation from Maile of WBDC, now vacationing in Jerusalem and having a great time.

Aloha Dancers!
You are invited to WBDC's Stars and Stripes Forever Dance, to be held on Friday, July 13, 2018, Wahiawa Recreation Center, Hale Hookipa Room, starts at 7:30 pm - 9:50 pm, Potluck or a small monetary donation appreciated! Attire: (Optional) DRESS WITH RED, WHITE, AND BLUE! STARS AND STRIPES ARE GREAT TOO!

"The Star Spangled Banner" even if you don't know all the words.

I have heard little about the Windward side but I know that there are many good dancers there. Most dancers that live there prefer dancing in town. And of course that should be their privilege. Fortunately in the West because of the Rail Disaster, people want to live, work and play in their own kuleanas. Honolulu Fat Cats want everyone to be forced to deal with Honolulu. Anyone remember "Keep the country, country." They didn't get away with that for too long and Second City was established in Kapolei. But Honolulu sure knows how to screw that up. We are willing to help all of them.

“Social dancers believe that a candle loses nothing by lighting another candle.”