Previous Month's Feedback can be found here.
Here is the feedback for February:
I see you're going after the facebook crowd now! lol And, again...I'm with you!
Hi, Mark. I hate all that stuff on FB too. Someone finally told me if I hold my mouse over farmville or whatever they send, a little IGNORE will show up on the RH side of the screen. If you click that it will ignore all farmville or whatever they want forever. I ignore everything. LOL
Here is the feedback for January:
Comments = It still amazes me that "teach the new dance" seems to be the
criteria for some Line Dance Teachers. I am so lucky to have the dancers
who come to me and let me choose the dances I want to teach. They just know
I am going to pick something they will like to learn and enjoy dancing and
if they don't, they know we can toss it, because there many more from which
to choose. I always look at the footwork and take out the dances with lots
of 3/4's and full turns, and yes, I keep those that aren't ruined with a
Walk, Walk. (I am very lucky they don't like to turn and neither do I.) I
choose dances with good footwork, fit the music and yes, I listen to the
words. If I throw out the questionable music and still like the dance, I'll
find other music that fits and is is not in bad taste.
Here is the feedback for December:
Comments = Great newsletter. Loved the video. It
brought back a great memory of Maggie's class in Tampa which was awesome.
Miss you guys. Happy Holidays to you and yours.
Comments = Mark,
Comments = OH so True Mark, you have some amazing
Choreography. New/Old, unknown to Renown shouldn't really matter. An
Instructor is going to teach what's best suited for his class and if you're
a choreographer, sure you want local friends to be able to see your
choreography but as long as someone is looking at it, that's all that
matters and alot of times people don't participate in the surveys like Dodee
hopes so your dance could be getting looked at in many different places.
You just don't know!! All you can do is write to those favorites you hear
and dance like there's no tomorrow because you just don't know.