Friday, February 2, 2018

Line Dancing in West Oahu

Looking more interesting from the viewpoint of the Social Dancer. But we are not  in any definite  place yet. The blogs seem to be settling down with the Social dancing information available. So a nice group we must try to help is the Line Dancers. They were first brought into the Dancing in the Dark publication by Frank Sierra and I picked up from there. When I lived in town I would make regular contact with Parents Without Partners dancing at Ward Center stage on Tuesday evening. I don't know anything about them now.

"In our dance world, there are two kinds of people, those who do the work, and those who take the credit. Try to be in the first group; there is less competition there."

For some reason we have a difficult time getting information from separate entities of Line Dancing. Occasionally they give but not much, some seem to be semi private. So we just have to take it easy, if they don't like it, the contact will come to a screeching halt. Like the rest of the dance scene, the photos are very important sharing with our fellow dancers. Fortunately our best bet at present are the line dancers at the Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club. Plenty of good men dancers too. They are going to lead the way.

A review of the blogs reveals that all the blogs are falling behind predictions, (the Law of Diminishing Returns.) A lot of it is my fault, I am limited physically and I will have to get to work this coming year.  The big ones in town are closer to predictions than small ones in the West. The hits should go up when I beat the bushes a little more. More comments are invited. Information contributors emailing their pearls of wisdom are very good and of course the Big Prize is the Guest Blogger.

"The social dancers in West Oahu say there may not be much to see in a small town,
but what you hear makes up for it."