Thursday, April 20, 2017

Gotta Work It.

I must get out of the vacation mode and get to work and make more contact with the dance world. It has taken a while for many of the reader/dancers to recognize the names of the blogs. I will try the clubs where I don't have to pay to get in. I made my starting point at Wahiawa because of Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club. They are doing very well. Next I made contact with Dots in Wahiawa and they seem to have good thing going. They have a Web site and probably enough business so that they do not need additional Pubic Relations. Or they think I am selling something. Patience.

"Social Dancers occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them
pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing ever happened.”

Next I will try Mililani. I have been told to go to Salsa at Just Tacos but I have to pay to get in, no press privilege. Perhaps someone can help me make another connection. Same thing goes for Waipio. They are already developing a nice social dance group of residents in the Central Valley interested in live music and those dancers can avoid the Rail Disaster.

"Fly Me To The Moon" by Jimmy Borges

Beautiful Business Park planned for West Oahu for over to 8000
employees. Vetoed down by the Present Rail Party, naturally.
"And I coulda been home in 20 minutes."

"Just In Time" by Tony Bennett

Then after that I can do my best in Kapolei. For now the Present Rail Party is stopping anything that resembles competition with Honolulu and the original intent was to make Kapolei into Second City. The Rail Disaster is obsolete right now and the residents will regain control of their city. Meanwhile, we all know it's the cash, Nash, it's the dough, Moe. And the Present Rail Party is making millions and millions of dollars on the "Gravy Train." And no one knows where the money is going, He He.

"Dancing allows us to learn our limitations and strengths, our ability to
cope with adversity and to get farther than we thought we could.
We find out what we are made of."