Do you dance?
Hi Alex, and hi everyone.
So, how was the concert? Did you enjoy it? Did you sing along your favourites songs? Hmmm I hope so.
As yesterday we talked about music, I think that today we can talk a little about something related to it, dance. Do you dance or do you know how to dance a especific style of music? Well, I have to admit that I´m a totally disaster dancing.
Ok, maybe my friends can read this blog, and then send a comment telling you that I´m a liar, that I can dance, however, don´t give any credit to them, because you know, they are my friends, and they like me.
I don´t know why, I think even Freud couldn´t explain the reason that I let they convince me that I had a great potencial as a dancer, and so I went to take some Brazilian dancing classes. Actually it was very funny, because when everybody turned right, I turned left, and when the instructor said: move your hips like this, now! ( in Brazilians dance, you have to move your hips a lot) I tryed to repeat the movements without any success. It seemed that my body was unable to make them, without I look like a rust robot. Learning to dance those rythms are quite hard, besides that I´m not a fan of Axe music, and I discovered that I wouldn´t be a new Ginger Rogers, I guess if she were alive nowadays, she would never danced Axe music. Then I decided to continue to move my body according to the song rythm, and of course, far, far away of the eyes of any human being. It´s beautiful to see people who can dance very well, though I´m not one of them.
And you? Have you ever taken dancing classes? Do you have any funny experience with dance, that you could share with us?
Leila asked me about my fauvorite cheese, it is the frescal cheese ( fresh cheese), which is round, white and low fat content, perfect to eat with fudge which here in Brazil is not like a toffee, it´s made of milk, sugar, sometimes there is butter in it, though the fudge is very creamy, and you can also use it for filling cakes.
Thanks to Alinor and Leila. I couldn´t find the word in Englsh for caqui, now I knew is persimmon, and I already wrote down in my notebook.
Good night, see you tomorrow,
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