Christmas Time is Dancing Time

 

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It’s finally time to celebrate winter, mittens and scarves, hot apple cider and Christmas.   Don’t even get me started on celebrating our divine existence and the gratitude we should all share with the blessing of each day we awake to the beauty that surrounds us.   I can go on for hours about all this stuff, my wonderful friends, my health, nature walks and a whole lot more!  But why talk about it, when you can dance about it.

In the spirit of Christmas, and always the wonderful gift of dance, I thought I would share some super cool dance videos with you to make your spirit bright.  And for those of you who have to do a lot of preparation for Christmas and are stressing out, a dance is all you need!  Enjoy these videos, they will get you in the mood.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Fordney Foundation would like to wish each and every one of our readers, friends and dancers a Wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year.  May your days be filled with hope, heart and good health!  Thank you for being there, we really enjoy being there for you!

 

Marilyn Fordney and Alex Havasi at Ohio Star Ball 2017

 

 

 

 

 

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Thought Of The Week:

The smallest of disciplines practiced every day, start an incredible process than can change our lives forever – Benjamin Rohn

 

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About Freddie Brock

By the time Freddie was three years old she was dancing. It has always been her first love and passion. She is a free-spirited dancer. Because she loved music and dance so much, it led her to become a professional songwriter. She is a published and recorded songwriter with gold records. She is also a vet of both the music and film business and worked in the capacity of production assistant throughout her career. Freddie is an artist in her own right. She paints on clothes, makes jewelry, knits, crochets and generally loves art in many forms; she often says she “lives to create.”