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February 05, 2009

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My god. I actually remember that and remember doing it. I would have been 11 or 12. Oy. The nightmares :)

I don't recall doing this particular dance, but I remember the genre quite well and of course I remember the song.

I've been having an amusing time shopping for MP3 files of 1970s dance tunes so that I'll have a good range of music for the Flurry session. Quite the nostalgia trip.

Oh. And how I wish we could go to something like Dance Flurry!

What a stupendous selection of dance!

Jeff:
That's what happens when you take on these 18-year development projects. :)

I've only taught there once before, which was only five days after Patri's death, so I wasn't in a good mood to properly enjoy it. But even so, I could see how marvelous it was. I'm looking forward to a better experience this year.

trying to find a video of someone dancing this!

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