Fabulous interpretation of the music and a pleasure to watch. Incidentally, I was lucky enough to see River Dance, not the one down by the creek but the real one. That was pretty darn marvelous too.
@ sallybea, paradigmsearch: (I just love typing that @ symbol), you both are so nice, caring, and concerned not just about us hubbers, but the plights and obstacles we face. A big thank you to both of you.
If you loved the creek, then you will love a few streams that I have near my home. They are out of sight.
They do not dance, but the music from their peaceful runnings will make you complete in your human growth.
I watched the link and I do not see the problem. My own burden is I have never got to see River Dance. A friend told me years ago to go and see it. So I spent half a night watching a creek below my house and NO dancing. What an idiot that I WAS. Now I watch Belly dancing and what do you know? Her belly DID dance. Thanks for the link.
@ paradigmsearch . . . just my feeble attempt to inject some humor. Notice how I transposed "creek" which IS a body of water, for 'River?" Guess you had to be there.
But I did enjoy the girl doing her torso dance.
said many times by telejournalist, Linda Ellerby, NBC. paradigmsearch, thank you for jogging my memory. Ellerby was my favorite.
@ paradigmsearch, in all sincerity, I did not think that was possible.
"As opposed to a certain thread..." was a wrong, random post on my part. I apologize. You know who you are. I apologize. I have seen you put up with more grief over the years than any person should have to.
I'm wondering if this is aimed at me, since I'm the only belly dancer I know on these forums? If so, then I missed whatever it was that was supposed to upset me. No matter, I enjoyed the video anyway!
Though I have to confess that sadly, these days I look more like this:
Meanwhile, I have done a three-peat and I am not ashamed.
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