Category Archives: relationships

Hawaii, Kale, coffee and other musings…

Apologies, this isn’t very dance related, but it’s a blog that I started that just sort of came out of no where and now that it’s done, there’s only one thing left to do. Hit publish. I hope you all … Continue reading

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My Boyfriend, Chuck.

Everyone, I’d like to introduce you to my boyfriend Chuck. Here we are dancing : Please stop thinking, that is a doctored photo of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers with my face plastered on Ginger and Jensen Ackles face on … Continue reading

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“Go Couple 109!”

Tap tap… this thing on? (Feed back) Hello… I’m in italics. We are having an open night mic here and I’d like to introduce our first performer, Stef. Stef come on up here and give her a warm welcome! She … Continue reading

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How To Quit You

Rachel Brice so earnestly said to me, “You’re not done one minute before you are done. Not one minute, one second, one hour.” These words still echo in my brain when the moment I realize, something is actually over. In … Continue reading

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The Best Pair Of Shoes I’ve Owned Yet

The Spinning Dancers search for her New Top Smooth Ballroom Instructor starts tonight, on the CW! Finding a teacher for privet instruction is a lot like buying shoes. You don’t just purchase the first pair of shoes you come across … Continue reading

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Seven Deadly Sins Of Dance: Why I’m Guilty of Every One of Them

I have never been a religious person and I am truly sorry if my views offend anyone. My only intent is to write a charming blog about the sinning (some fun, some not so fun) of dance. I started with … Continue reading

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The Machiavellian Hustler

Machiavellianism is, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, “the employment of cunning and duplicity in statecraft or in general conduct” The Hustle is , according to urbandictionary.com, a) make money doing something slightly shady b) dance from the 70’s Combine the two and you get The Machiavellian … Continue reading

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