Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Starting the Year OK.

Wow, I am making some contact with dancers on this Island of Oahu. Many groups have newsletters, ads in newspapers, magazines, radio and TV. Some have web sites and even have contact with Micros such as Facebook and Twitter. They may be seen on the Mainland, Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia. Our reader/dancers are mainly on Oahu and a very few on the neighbor islands. So I admit we are limited. You got something you are willing to share with Oahu, email it in and I post to the blog of your choice.

“Rock and roll, big band, the blues. He loved them all. He would close his eyes and with a blissful smile begin to move to his own sense of rhythm. It wasn't always pretty.”

I try and I try and that is all I can do, is try. I am definitely not going to force anyone to do anything they do not wish to do. They kokua or ignore me, they make the final decision. It is getting easier as I stay out of the hospital with no chance of blogging. In this sector there is one dance organization that is moving ahead very nicely. And they have their own way of doing it and their own particular way of doing good for the dance community. Stands to reason that we must and will respect their wishes.

"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed

Received in Email from MaileYagi. Mahalo

For now the order of popularity according the average hits per day is Town Dancer, very comfortably in front. Dance And Live and Social Dance Oahu nip and tuck for second. Bringing up the lowest are Dancing Night and Dancing in the Dark. I have included in my stats only one other (has a counter) and they run right behind Town Dancer. Any other dance blogs that have a counter are welcomed to get on the list at no charge, of course. A small poster in the side bar and an intro by them at the right time in the blog. We are informing the reader/dancers of all the Islands. So for the next blog we welcome a comment or two from Dance Fever Oahu.

"With courage, we will dare to take risks, have the strength to be compassionate,
and the wisdom to be humble. Courage is the foundation of integrity."

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