Roses can say so many things. A single or double as a gesture, can mean a million words and emotions.
Happy Birthday to the beautiful, talented, Sultry Trailblazer Dorothy Dandridge!! November 9, 1922 – September 8, 1965) was an African-American film and theatre actress, singer and dancer. She is perhaps best known for being the first black actress to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in the 1954 film Carmen Jones.
Greetings all. October isn’t the only time to bring breast cancer into awareness, it’s everyday. A little over 2 years ago, a very talented, dear friend, fantastic ballerina and choreographer and sister of mine, fought a long and hard battle with cancer. She lived, loved and danced her way, throughout her entire battle. I love her and miss her everyday. http://balletnews.co.uk/long-time-ballet-san-jose-dancer-tiffany-glenn-dead-from-cancer-at-age-33/
Greetings! Just stopping by to acknowledge, how blessed we are. Thru the twists and turns, the yin and yang of life. Things can actually flow nicely, at their own pace! Like yesterday and the day before in NYC, the weather was overcast, chilly and rainy. And today, it is Stunningly, Sunny, warm, pleasant and with a slight breeze that will make you giggle!
I have finally attained my Apprenticeship status with Gyrokinesis. My Sacrum and other people’s will be very happy!
So, I am looking forward to Gyrokinesis and my Dance classes, rehearsals etc will coexist. Keep you posted on that.
So, let the sun shine in and on you! We are very blessed to have this day and the ones prior to it! Embrace life and the endless possibilities! Stop, somewhere along the way and acknowledge all that around us that can be blessings! you
are worth so much and gifts are given, even if you don’t even see them, yet!