San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mex | Pictures

To S MiquelOn the road to San Miguel, I cropped part of the picture to remove the road trash. We are such a careless species.

DanceNative dancers at the plaza . . .

Sunday SqrFrom the restaurant where I am having my chicken tacos.

San MiguelFrom the pedestrian bridge . . . 

S MiguelJust a side street . . .

Have you been to San Miguel? 


New Mexico | Santa Fe and Taos | The Rio Grande

Dancing at the square in Santa Fe

Roark playing the harp.  His Home Page.

The Harp House, Roark’s  House

The Harp House again, Santa Fe, NM

And again

People with awareness; I left them a brochure about: AE 9/11 Truth. Everybody is getting to know.

Song and Dance

Kimm Hollis and The Eye of the Dragon

On the road to Taos: The Rio Grande  The river will reach the ocean and disappear.

Stuck amid rocks

Taos, New Mexico

Cat Hale in Taos (At John Dunn House shops, close to the square)

Rachel: Flamenco Dancer

Rachel, Emma and Robert (Flamenco/Jazz Guitarist)

Emma is also a dancer

Silhouette Dancing | The Silhouettes

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Beautiful, breathtaking Dancing by The Silhouettes from: http://www.godtube .com

“This spectacular performance will give you goose bumps! The Silhouettes are a talented group of kids out of Denver and together they perform one of the most incredible shadow dances ever. To add to the awesomeness, this dance is performed to the song “Imagine” by Christian artist Kirk Franklin. You have never seen anything like this!” Check video below:


Death, My Guide | Death, My Advisor | Surprise!

I was recently enjoying the YouTube video “A Chorus Line”, and the dancing impressed me so much that I decided to learn more about the dancers. When I arrived at the biography of Gregg Burge, on Wikipedia, I sadly found that he had died of a brain tumor at the age of 40. His dancing had been described as ‘spectacular’, and after seeing his leaps and moves on his number “Surprise” I agree . . . spectacular!

The rest of the superb performers had changed drastically. Time takes its toll, and Death comes whenever our appointment is due. Life is but a moment in time, and then it vanishes. Death helped me to see . . .


I thought that I would be able to explain what I internalized upon finding out about Mr Burge’s death and the others’ change, but I am at a loss for words; this happens when we try to explain the unexplainable. But perhaps you’ll ‘see’ it between the lines if you pay attention, stop babbling  to yourself, and use your inner eye.

There is only here and now, and it never comes again. And we die but we don’t. It is a dream. Our nightmares materialize when our ego holds the baton. Random thought is a trap. Enjoy the dance! Enjoy the dream! Death is coming . . . perhaps today. Let it be your best day ever.

Free Day of Dance | Malashock Dance, San Diego CA

Free Day of Dance on Saturday, Dec. 26 beginning at 8 a.m. at Malashock Dance!

Malashock Dance & The Malashock Dance School
2650 Truxtun Road, Suite 202, San Diego, CA 92106 (Point Loma) (Call for more information.)
Phone: 619.260.1622 – Fax: 619.523.0603 – or


Time Studio Class Level Instructor Company
8-8:45 a.m. 207 Stretch All Levels Javier Velasco SDB
8:45-10 a.m. 106 Modern All Levels Minaqua McPherson SDDT
10-11:30 a.m. 207 Ballet Intermediate Javier Velasco SDB
10-11:30 a.m. 200 Creative Dance Ages 3-6 Diana Nicastro MD
10-11:30 a.m. 106 Modern With Experience Jean Isaacs SDDT
12-1:30 p.m. 200 Modern With Experience Michael Mizerany MD
1:30-3 p.m. 207 Jazz Beg./Int. Javier Velasco SDB
1:30-3 p.m. 200 Contemporary All Levels – Teen Molly Puryear MD
2:30-3:30 p.m. 106 Tango Beginner Colette Hebert SDDT
3-4 p.m. 200 Hip Hop All Levels Kruciaal Element MD
4-5 p.m. 106 Tango Advanced Colette Hebert SDDT
4-5:30 p.m. 200 Modern All Levels Erica Buechner MD

Malashock Dance | San Diego CA | Third Annual


Save The Date!
Benefiting The Malashock Dance School
Education Outreach & Scholarship Programs
Sat, September 26, 2009, 8 pm
Irwin M. Jacobs QUALCOMM Hall
5775 Morehouse Drive, San Diego, CA 92121
HONORARY CHAIRS: Robert B. Horsman and Katherine Kennedy
EVENT CHAIR: Dea Hurston

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“One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful”.– Sigmund Freud

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