I feel pretty strongly that when I travel for work, I will not use budget airlines. When it comes down to it, they aren’t the less expensive than the larger airlines. I think these three ladies sum up how I feel about cheap airlines and why.
Thanks Fascinating Aida for saying everything I wanted to say. Feck!
The Call of the Lindy Hop, starring HARLEM HOT SHOTS swing dance company, recorded at CHICAGO swing dance studio in September 2010.
Dancers in the movie: Frida Borg, Frida Segerdahl, Jenny Deurell, Pontus Persson, Rikard Ekstrand and Sakarias Larsson. The boss: Sebastian Svensson. Produced by Explosiv Film, Mallory Film and Harlem Hot Shots. Inspired by Whitey’s Lindy Hoppers in the motion picture Hellzapoppin.
Other members of Hot Shots not featured in this film: Fatima Teffahi, Jessica Lennartsson
Harlem Hot Shots has for many years focused on the traditional swing dances such as lindy hop, charleston, tap, jitterbug, black bottom, big apple. During the years they have been fortunate to have worked with some of the greatest legends in in the swing community like Frankie Manning, Harold and Fayard Nicholas, Norma Miller, Sugar Sullivan, Dawn Hampton and more.
To get in contact with HARLEM HOT SHOTS please e-mail email@example.com
I’m in London this weekend and I feel like I need a little kick to my look! Everyone is so fashionable here!! Some of you have seen me rocking this look before and if you’ve asked me how to do it, here’s where I learned. Yes, I’ve posted videos from her before, and guess what, there is more to come!!
You don’t need to curl your hair to do it. Typically I back comb the crap out of my hair, twirl it forward, and pin it. I remember the first time I did this to my hair I was in Vegas with Dorry & Sommer, Nikki & Shesha, and Kev. We saw Zumanity (which is a freaking hot show if you ask me) and rode the roller coaster at the New York, New York hotel. Let me tell you s’m’th’n….bobby pins do not say in your hair when you ride a roller coaster like that. Just sayin’!!
Ok Ladies! The boys have Movember and Decem-beard and I figured we should have a month too! I’ve decided that it’s going to be Hair Tutorial Febru-hairy! Hair Tutorial Tuesday sounds better, I agree, but to be honest, I don’t know if I’ll be able to remember 52 different hair styles at the end of the year (and that requires long term diligence….don’t know about that one 😀 ).
So starting February 1st, for the entire month of February, I’m going to post Hair Tutorial videos that I’ve found on youtube and want to try. Some will be easy and quick and others will be long and arduous. Most will have something to do with the 1940s and 1950s, but there will probably be a faux-hawk or something enormous because that’s my style.
Hopefully I’ll have time (and remember) to take pictures of every one and post them with the blog posts, but no promises. Maybe they’ll just be one long photo spread at the end. We’ll see how it goes. 🙂 If you have pictures, please post them or send them to me and I’ll post them.