Meet Lulu, our new puppy. In case you’re wondering, it is possible to bring a dog with you to a dance competition. I’m not talking about cloistering your furry friend away in a crate in your hotel room while you hit the dance floor. No. No. I mean actually taking your dog into the ballroom while you are competing. And I’m not talking about one of those little ones that fir in your purse. I’m talking about a regular old 35 pound bad breath in your face dog. It’s
Hip and back pain got you down? Dem dry noisy bones…
The foot bone’s connected to the leg bone.
The leg bone’s connected to the knee bone.
The knee bone’s connected to the thigh bone.
The thigh bone’s connected to the hip bone.
The hip bone’s connected to the backbone.
The backbone’s connected to the neck bone.
Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones
Dem dry, noisy bones…
Is your sacroiliac joint the cause of your hip and/or lower back pain?
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You never really think about how important fingers and toes are until they stop working. If you or someone you know suffers from great toe pain and stiffness, it’s likely you’ve got Hallux Rigidus also known as the kiss-of-death-for-ballroom-dancers. This post is for you.
About two years ago I dropped from 2.5 inch heels to 1.3 inch heels. The Dancing Doc is only a couple of inches taller than me so we look better on the floor with me in lower heels, but a pleasant, unexpected
Video Credit: YouTube screen grab
Baby River Dance
uploaded March 19, 2011 by DrewDog80
It. You know It when you see it. You can’t buy It. You can’t learn It. It is something you’re born with and you either have It or you don’t. Now, meet Johanna Colon.
If this little Queen of Sass channeling the Queen of Soul doesn’t make you want to get up and dance, nothing will.
#Respect #it #RespectIt