Tweet As you all know, Daniel has numerous outstanding qualities: twinkly blue eyes, charming accent, uncanny ability to fix anything–and that’s not even to mention his dance skills. However, he is terrible with names. We have a grand total of TWO couples in our group class right now and he can never remember anyone’s name […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Tweet and I ignored it! Around the same time I posted my four possible Smooth gown choices, my friend JoyDawn offered me a try-on of a gown she bought on eBay that turned out to be too big for her. The fit is good (it will need only minimal alteration), the price is right, and […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Tweet Last week, Daniel and I had our first formal experience as dance teachers. Monday and Wednesday we covered for Ms. Madison in her absence and taught the waltz to the “Pearls” class–10- to 12-year-olds. Monday night we also taught a private lesson to an engaged couple who want to learn a routine for their […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Tweet Yesterday afternoon at a press conference, the Peyton Anderson Foundation announced a $1.5 million one-year grant to promote Macon to the rest of Georgia and around the U.S. (Here’s the Macon Telegraph story.) The project, which is called the Gateway Initiative, includes a video featuring performing artists in iconic and beautiful Macon settings. Two […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Tweet Daniel and I thank–belatedly but no less enthusiastically–Eddie Ares and Chasity Smith from Academy Ballroom Atlanta for coming to Macon this past Sunday to teach a workshop for us at the Howard Community Club. Last year at Stars Over Macon, Eddie offered to come and give us a workshop. The scheduling turned out to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.