Welcome to Skating Buffalo, my blog about movies. I want to share my passion and meet other movie fans on this amazing blog journey. So "fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be a bumpy night."
Nope no dance lessons but I do like cowboy hats.
Hi, Teresa: I actually collect hats. I have all kinds. I'm an actor and have a bunch of costumes, hat and props. One of my favorite hats is a Viking helmet. My goal is to acquire the Harry Potter sorting hat.
I have not, as anyone who has seen me dancing is very well aware. Love the "Puh-in awn da Rizz!!!" number (to try a Peter Boyle impression in printed words)...love that movie! Saw it in the theater as a wee lad,
Our town featured this film at our Movie Night theatre fundraiser. We show one movie per month. It was so cool seeing it on the big screen!
I took ballet as a young girl. But when I got cramp in my big toe all the time, I called it quits.Francene.A - Z Challengehttp://francene-wordstitcher.blogspot.co.uk/
Francine: How cool to have taken ballet lessons. I love dancing, but have never had lessons. I do have a NYC Ballet workout video that is cool. I also free style in my living room. I am going to teach my 8 year old granddaughter how to do the twist when she comes out to visit.
I love dancing, and just started a swing class. Yay! Fun reminder about the song and dance number in "Young Frankenstein."
Joy: Swing is the best. Love those big band songs.
I took belly dance lessons a few years ago but never had any dance lessons while growing up, with the exception of square dancing during phys ed classes.
I remember square dancing at school, too. It was great because we could wear our regular clothes and not have to put on our uniforms and take showers!
I would love to be able to dance properly. I had a couple of dance lessons as a little girl but never kept it up. Then as a teenager my friends and I decided to do a tap class but just the one as we didn't fancy paying out for more :)Thanks for stopping by my blog The Tales of MeKate :)
I would have loved dance lessons, too. Just never had the opportunity or the time. Tap is awesome! I love watching the famous tappers from the movies like Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor.
Yes. And this is cringeworthy too: I took disco dance lessons in 1979 with a friend of mine. I was in 9th grade.
Disco! Yep, back in the day, I had the record album (LP) of Saturday Night Fever and danced around the house. I loved "Disco Inferno"!