I keep playing around with my new Catwa HDPRO head that I’ve become so fickle on her look . So currently I’m walking around looking slightly odd shaped as I’m a work in progress.
So the cheesy smile will just sit there for a while till I decide.
Mind you, since this picture I have again tweaked her a little more.
When I initially hot my Catya I actually took nearly 9 months to decided on her final look and that’s how she stayed. Many shapes later.
Anyhow I’m digressing as this week is a bit hit and miss on my YouTube channel as I’m so busy I haven’t really had much of a chance to stop and think.
I have some great news which you can hear about in my video which slightly moves me away from total virtual content.
This blog will take that into account once I work out how to compartmentalise another venture. I’ll speak to the WordPress folks as there must be a way to maximise a site to have second blog running parallel.
Anyhow the video gives you all the info amongst my waffle.
8 vintage style belly dances, all free-styled performance captured by Alia Mohamed, an esteemed authority/specialist on vintage style belly dances.
Alia channels this classic style of belly dance from the 50’s to 60’s, the Golden Era of Belly Dance,” characterized by improvisation, simplicity, and glamour, mesmerizing crowds worldwide.
About Alia Mohamed
An esteemed Los Angeles based belly dancer, Alia Mohamed leaves crowds in a trance with her vintage style, timeless beauty, and hypnotic hips. Coming from a Lebanese background and a family of musicians, Alia has an intrinsic understanding of Middle Eastern music and dance. She has studied belly dance intensively for over fifteen years and is highly influenced by the belly dancers of Egypt in the 50s and 60s, the “Golden Era of Belly Dance.”
Have you ever tried to meditate? Like this? In the picture?
I decided I would give it a go and see if it balances all those jumbled things swirling in my head long enough for me to think logically. See if I could be like my character Beverley and find my inner ying yang.
Well…I spent my time trying to uncross my one leg which went into a cramp at the time, which made me laugh and then cry at the same time because frankly calf cramps hurt.
Honestly I cannot take things I’ve not really done before seriously. I’m terrible like that and my first reaction is always to end up laughing at myself.
I do meditate. Usually sipping a cup of tea and just being in my own zone. Yet I’ve always wondered if the position makes a difference to how it works.
I’ll be honest. I’ll stick to my cup of tea on the sofa. At least I can then get back up. 😂😂😂
When they walk the Mile, it’s the walk to the inevitable.
There is no choice and once that path is set it’s towards the end.
Whatever reasons many have walked that path, the outcome is often very questionable given it’s the finality.
There have been many who have faced that finality that should not have. Innocent but found guilty.
The subject of the death penalty certainly is one that has many different reactions. There is no real wrong or right. But certainly when man takes the decision to kill another for justice, is he always right?
Sergio Delacruz has replicated this in Sansar. All I can say is wow!!!
It’s an amazing build and you certainly should check it out and you will understand the feeling you get.
I don’t speak of my background but my mother was a result of a mixed race love affair. In South Africa. In times of Apartheid. Her mother married an afrikaaner and she was born. But she was noticeably quite different.
But she took on being the “white” persona.
She herself became racist. Go figure!!
She met my father who was a result of a Jewish family and then they eventually relocated to Australia. But in between my childhood years I lived in South Africa and Australia. I saw apartheid and experienced what it was like to never be sure where we were “allowed”. I was in the middle, never comfortable in the white lane or the black lane. I grew up hating my heritage.
When apartheid was abolished and after spending my majority of childhood in Australia and loving people just for being humans no matter their colour or race or religious beliefs, I’m honestly so sick in my stomach that Today in 2020, this absolute sick human thought process still exists!
Black lives matter, white lives matter, ALL lives matter!!
You can’t sit back and say and do nothing. You can’t just sit back and say “I hope it gets sorted out”.
Stop sitting there and placating. Human lives matter. Speak up, do something.
Show the bigots and racists, mysoginists and all others that we will not tolerate them.
It’s 2020, It’s time they caught up and got themselves educated.
Violence doesn’t work. History has taught us that.
Use intelligence, use education, use voice. Vote well!!!Protest peacefully and use your voice!!
I invited a friend over for a social distancing cup of tea and catch up in my apartment.
I’m contemplating did I do the right thing or did I not?
Short answer yes!! We social distanced none the less.
It’s not viable to impose isolation on human beings especially if they live alone like my friend. Nor frankly in my books is it ok to have a stranger in your home to do the cleaning but not a friend? Figure on that one.
Boris and his tag team came out with that gem! Next time I’ll get her to do my hoovering! How’s that?
Before you go sounding off on your high horse please be aware the only person at risk in this scenario is me. Therefore I made a choice. I chose to accept the risk because I cannot continue to live without taking a few.
I’m a social being in reality when not being a loner. I need interaction and I’m damn glad I had some.
I want to see my children. But I won’t now as I am aware it’s best now I take a few weeks before I risk again.
Let’s be fair how many of you have ?
I’ve lasted around nearly 3 months (I had to self isolate early) and frankly I’d rather stab myself with hot pokers in the eyes than berate myself right now.
I feel happier and will again isolate a few weeks before taking another risk.
So as I sit here contemplating. My Sunday is far more happier and my mind feels good. Maybe this work week will be a better one, despite the knowledge that I can see austerity around the corner. I’m back in the union by the way.
You know me, where there are people to support, I can’t turn my back to that. Old habits die hard.
Freestyle dance performance capture by social media star Sara Lopez, who combines elements of all her years of training of ballet, contemporary, jazz, flamenco, hip hop and funk into her personalized style of heels dance.
Heels dance style is a bold new trendy dance that combines the attitude and energy of hip-hop, jazz technique, and the sensuality and glamor of burlesque. Dancers always perform and practice dancing in high heels. Originally danced to “Sacrifice” by Black Atlass (feat Jessie Reyez)
About Sara Lopez ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━
Sara Lopez “The Queen of Kizomba” is a world renown dancer who has revolutionized modern Kizomba and became an social media influencer with over 247k youtube followers with her saucy hips. She maintains a busy schedule traveling world-wide giving workshops and performing in shows. Her popularity increased and her talent was very soon recognized and the videos were quickly disseminated through social networks giving her the international fame.
She starred in Daniel Santacruz “Lento” Kizomba Music Video that has over 113 million views.
She started dancing at the age of five, studied ballet for 15 years and obtained the certificate of The Royal Ballet of London with the qualification of Honors.
During this period she supplemented her training with 9 years of Flamenco, 1 year of belly dancing, 4 years of Contemporary Dance and various Jazz and Funk courses with nationally recognized teachers. She belonged to the Ballet Joven África Guzmán for 4 years playing soloist roles.