A Little Bit Country: Pantyhose vs. Dance Tights and Yes They Are Required for Ladies!

The Dancing Housewife is A Little Bit Country thanks to Country Western Contributor, Jennifer Alan Egl.

Pantyhose’ versus ‘Dance Tights’ and yes they are required for Ladies!

d. Hose (tights) and dance pants (shorts) for women, if either are revealed during the dance performance.
Current 2017-2019 Rules

Names have been changed to protect the innocent… Newcomer dancer Jane is ready to compete for the first time. Jane’s pro tells her she has to wear tights and some kind of dance wear

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Special Dance Vision Offer Only for Fans of The Dancing Housewife!

Learning to dance requires an investment of time and money. If you’re like me, both are precious commodities, which is why the Dancing Doc and I are Elite subscribers to Dance Vision’s Instructional Video Libraries. At first we subscribed to single libraries (Basic followed by Technique), but honestly, if you’re willing to cough up the $199 for an annual subscription, it really is the best bang for your buck.

When I think about the time and money the Doc and I invest in our

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Throwback Thursday… circa 2016

Ten pounds, five hairstyles, six hair colors, a combined  seventeen rhythm costumes and ballroom gowns, same studio in three locations with one name change (Jones DanceSport Ballroom), two age classifications and six proficiency levels over 31 competitions later …what a difference three years makes! Thank you again to Liberty Cogen, the host of Dance Network’s Barretender, for the opportunity

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Preparing for Nationals… #ChallengeAccepted

Nearly 20 years ago, we took a family ski vacation to Mount Crested Butte, Colorado. The base of the resort sits at an elevation of 9,898 feet above mean sea level with a summit of 12,162 feet. The Dancing Doc ended up with severe altitude sickness including pulmonary edema and life threatening hypoxemia (his pulse oxygen saturation dropped to 50%). We evacuated the mountain by ambulance and flew home with Pat on oxygen. He was fine once we got back home. Although Atlanta boasts the highest altitude

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