I decided that I would mix things up a bit for the weekend and pop out a Coffee Vlog. Usually it’s a dance video but to be honest, I’m not feeling it right now.
I like a bit of spontaneity in my life and so why not.
Also I am updating in the blog about a change that I did think hard about and thought eh what the hell. I need to make my tasks a lot smarter and slicker rather than place a dead weight on my shoulders for the sake of separating things.
If I don’t make any sense here, I certainly hope I do in the video.
Today has been a very different one for me. I saw no one in reality as I had a video to shoot for my curly girl. I need to send it off to them by Monday so today was spent honestly falling about laughing with myself.
Look let’s face it I’m no tutorial queen, doubt I ever will be. However today I tried to film a hair styling blog that was just so skewed and hilarious at the same time. It’s for their advertising. Christ, yes you will see it suddenly appear on social media at some stage. God help you all,
I just cannot pretend I’m an influencer, I just cannot. I’m simply me, awkward, giggling and without any script. Don’t give me scripts ever, I’ll improvise I tell you that now!
I have always so many visions in my head about dance videos and how I wish them to appear. Usually traditionally I’ve always attached a story to them but these days the music track is the story by its sound and feeling.
These dances from Kayla Brenda are just really amazing.
Some of the movements are seriously out of this world. (No pun intended.) If I were in reality to try them I’m sure I’d probably break a hip or two and maybe spend months recovering in the bone unit because I flipped the wrong way!!
Every single time Jonny from Paragon introduces me to the next dancers I get excited and feel truly blessed to be part of all this. Bit like SL history in the making.
Kayla’s dances are certainly cutting edge and as I watch her real life videos I see myself replicating her virtually. We certainly have another world!
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. In dance, floorwork refers to movements performed on the floor. In a social media world saturated by this trendy dance, Kayla stands out bringing a “wow” factor to her floorwork with a unique edge to her style — feats of acrobatics.
Originally danced to “Skin” by Rihanna. Tempo = 127.0 BPM
Strange things happen at night when you are asleep during the Hallowed month.
All those who are laid to rest come up to celebrate and dance upon their graves. In readiness for the one day when the moon opens up and lets all of them free for the night to wander the streets of Hallowed lands. Dancing their way into Halloween.
She rises and seizes the moment…….
Featuring the Michael Jackson dances from Paragon Dance Animations full details here
I decided Orange is the new black for Halloween. I should refer to it as amber but orange suits my need to have that label for the blog.
It’s Monday and the start of yet another week of our odd lives we are currently living.
I don’t know about many of you but I’m certainly questioning things a lot more about our daily lives pre Covid and the many things we used to do and considered a must and put up with.
I’ve questioned dress codes to do a job given let’s face it many have sat in their pyjamas for 6 months doing their jobs at previous or even better standards.
The fact that some would feel bullied and accepted that behaviour from people when in actual fact those bullies are no better than the rest of us. They have no right to impact anyone based on their ego.
So does how you dress matter? Not really. It’s just as a society we set ourselves all these rights of passage that we walk and accept as gospel. But I am sure I’m not the only one who is learning that’s a whole load of tosh.
There’s a whole load of tosh that I consider these days and ask myself why do I need to and remind myself how short life actually is. I’m the god of my own destiny and need to realise that. So do you all.
Seize your new Orange and sizzle this Halloween!
Anyhow enough of that.
Never Surrender Pants and top from Entice Free at the SLShopHop
Monster mash make from Entice Free at the SLShopHop
Harriet Parker has her own studio now since the BBBc has provided her with accommodation.
She has news to report on her show and today it’s all about Linden Lab and sadly Harriet is a little disappointed. Despite the exciting news there is one person she believed should have been featured. Her beloved favourite person.
Harriet gives a shout out live on air to Linden Lab to action her request. The question. Will they?
5 Vintage style belly dance drum solos, free-styled performance-captured by Alia Mohamed. A belly dancer’s drum solo is a dance performed to drum (darbuka/doumbek) rhythms. It’s a duet between the dancer and the drummer. The dancer interprets with her body what the drummer plays.
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.
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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.”