Sunday, September 26, 2010

On DJ-ing for a Bonifide Baha'i Barn Dance: The high points

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Time is at a premium these days. I have a major home project that is going to take many hours to complete: reinsulating our crawl space. It's gotta be done. My window for blogging is going to diminish even further than it has of late, although there is a lot to blog about. Like DJ-ing last night bor a bonifide Baha'i barn dance. The high points for me: (1) that Tom and Renee came, the couple who came to our devotional on Thursday and (2) that two young women, Kim's daughter and Karen's daughter, who have become fast friends, were able to receive impromptu instruction in Persian dance from Feloria. -gw

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