"Dance; the hidden language of the soul."
I discovered early the addictive feeling of dance. I think it came as part of my DNA. My inhale exhale. Handed down from generation of women to women - more than likely labeled as witches centuries ago with our red hair and hazel eyes. I picture them dancing softly around a raging fire in flowing dresses, arms thrown to the sky, smiling and swaying.
The Best Way to Exercise (When you are stuck at home)
I can not touch my toes, nor am I particularly agile in any way, shape or form. In an alternate universe, where we all have supernatural powers, I can promise you - sport would remain a mystery to me. Dancing like a lunatic, however, comes incredibly naturally. Whether I am doing a starfish style of jump to a syncopated rhythm or waltzing like the woman in Shall We Dance (or at least trying too), dancing is quite honestly, the only form of physical exercise that makes me believe I have arms that can hold gravity, legs that can swim in the wild air, and a body that enjoys living on earth.
Okay, So Heads Will Roll
Go ahead, admit it. You just danced in your chair when you watched the video. It's okay to admit that you dance in your car as you're driving it as well. What no one tells you is that you're getting some exercise (see, and you thought you were just having some fun) in the bargain. It is fun, and it's good for you, but how?
Dance It Out - 2020.
The quote that has probably crossed most of your Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter feeds in the past couple months reads: What if 2020 isn't cancelled? What if 2020 is the year we've been waiting for? A year so uncomfortable, so painful, so scary, so raw - that it finally forces us to grow. A year that screams so loud, finally awakening us from our ignorant slumber. A year we finally accept the need for change. Declare change. Work for change. Become the change. A year we finally band together, instead of pushing each other further apart. 2020 isn't cancelled, but rather the most important year of them all.
'Burn the Floor' literally burns the floor on Norwegian!
Okay, okay, okay, so I am back with another blog post about this amazing frackin' company. I can't buzz about them enough. After seeing them on board the Norwegian Breakaway, I was beyond excited to hear that they had a show also on board the Getaway. Obvs, because they're sister ships but hey, whatevs. And by god this show is totally different than the Breakaway, for some reasons they don't want to showcase the same show as some people travel specifically for the entertainment on board the ships and also just to spice it up a little. With this show I feel that they do this.
Roaring 20's Party
Attending the Jitterbugs 1920's party seems like it was so long ago, though it felt like an ageless time in history. This is a flash back of a photo of me home after getting dressed to go to a party. Prior to the party, i researched the clothing i should have worn for the party. Once i picked out my outfit took a snap shot of myself in my nineteen twenties apparel. Then i went to the jazziest parties i have ever been to.
Music is an important part of my everyday life, it is what gets through on my bad days. Music is what a blast from my car stereo and I listen and sing-along to. What makes this playlist quarantine you ask? well, for one I stop doing whatever I was doing and it makes me want to dance. These songs maybe old, these songs maybe new, but just know that you will want to dance your feet off.
I wanted to write about a song that's clearly meaningful. A song like 'What a Wonderful World' by Louis Armstrong, which I can't listen to without thinking about my late Great Grandmother, or 'Brown Eyed Girl' by Van Morrison, which my father sang to me every night when I was little. They're well known and hold the right kind of warm nostalgia that I think would work well for this prompt.
Robert Massimi. In 1892 The Nutcracker, a two-act ballet came into being. The libretto is adapted from E.T>A. Hoffmann's story "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King". The score is by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
The Talented Boom Dice (aka—Bryan Wilson) Debuts First Single with LP Giobbi, the Warrior Goddess of Electronic Music
What happens when the musical maestro himself, Boom Dice, and LP Giobbi, one of the leading women in the electronic music scene, pair up? Beautiful music happens, that’s what. The dynamic duo recently released their high-energy dance track, “Ready to Go,” and it’s sure to be a chart climber. But don’t just take our word for it. Listen to it here now.
Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
Dancing is very important. Here's why... Throwing shapes on a dance floor is absolutely one of my favourite activities of all time. Whether it’s getting freaky to a bangin’ four/four or contorting limbs and torso to some far out psychedelic grooves, engaging my body in sync with music never fails to make life all the sweeter, both in that moment, and more often than not, for many days after.
"Bass Heavy D2uece Original Mix"
This video is about "Bass Heavy D2uece Original Mix." Hello Hiponation. This is Morris, AKA DJ D2uece. Welcome to my first Vocal story. I wanted to share my first video with everyone here. Sit back and enjoy, and if you guys have any questions or comments, please let me know. Enjoy.