Learning about Spanish culture was one part of my college summer school program in Madrid, Spain, and that meant churches, museums, bullfights, and flamenco dances. There were also many visits to nightclubs—called discotecas—but I don’t think my professors considered those part of my cultural education. I thoroughly enjoyed every museum and would gladly return to…Read More
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I’ve always found myself in the dance of caretaking, waiting for my partner to take the lead, whether my mom, my dad, or a friend. When I found myself disappointed or let down, I’d lead instead. It was exhausting, but necessary to get my needs met. Occasionally I would have moments when I could float…Read More
The True Dance
“Oh Woman, come before us, before our eyes longing for beauty, and tired of the ugliness of civilization…Dance us the sweetness of life. Give us again the sweetness and the beauty of the true dance.” Isadore Duncan On the morning of September 15, before the Brave On guests began to arrive, I stood in…Read More
We have boot scuff marks on our living room ceiling.Read More
Sway with me.
Of all the stories I get to tell, the one of meeting my husband is one of my favorites.Read More
A poem by Kacy DavisRead More
Joining the Dance
Dance is one of those words that evokes a visceral response inside me – simultaneous anxiety and longing, joy and fear.Read More
Dancing in the Rain.
As a young girl, I loved the rain. I loved dancing in the rain, running in the rain, just being in the rain.Read More
A Time to Dance
During fourth grade, my Mom signed me up for an entire year of jazz class.Read More
Taking My Place.
We arrived a bit late for dinner at the Naples Ritz- Carlton ballroom for a Serge Missions Fundraiser.Read More