Harvest Mom, dog trainer, shepherdess, spinner, naturalist, teacher, wife, friend, daughter, sister, rabid football fan, musician (barely), artist in my own mind, writer wannabe, chocoholic. Easily distracted by bright shiny objects.
The Map Man
Bridge Engineer, map follower, accidental farmer, master go-with-the-flow-er, juggler of oranges and life, world's best father. My partner (for 24 years), my best friend (for 29 years), my heart (for eternity), my balance, my obsession. The reason I am where and who I want to be.
Twelve, enthusiastic, creative, hilarious, musical, dramatic, driven, future professional dancer (and whatever else he puts his mind to). Has a zest for life and all it's many nooks and crannies.
Nine (and a half!), karate kid, sensitive, imaginative, inquisitive, affectionate, observant, thoughtful, a free spirit with an old soul. Talks to animals and trees, listens to the wind and the stars.
10 months, bubbly, silly, musically inclined, cat (and penguin!) obsessed, baby on the go
Nigel Lythgoe, the creator and producer of "So You Think You Can Dance" (i.e. "the world's best TV show ever" per my kids), has declared today "National Dance Day" to help promote dance education and physical fitness. National Dance Day is being recognized by an official act of congress, and there are locations all over the country (and the world!) celebrating dance today. SYTYCD choreographers Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo have created a dance for everyone, and this week at Dance Camp, J and his fellow campers learned and performed the dance.
So without further ado, here's wishing a very Happy National Dance Day to you all:
(In case you can't tell, J is the kid in the front in the orange shirt.)