Posted in Blogging Blogger, Bonkers Away, Tripping

Tripping

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Come on everybody lets get tripping!

Have a great day! Hope
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Tripping and definition from Dictionary.com

What is the origin of tripping?
The adjective tripping “light and quick, nimble” and, by extension, “proceeding with a light, easy movement or rhythm” is a derivative of the verb trip. The verb comes via Old French treper, triper, tripper “to leap, dance, trample, hit with the feet,” from Low German, and is akin to Middle Dutch trippen “to hop, skip.” Tripping entered English in the 16th century.

Posted in Bonkers Away, Kinetic

Kinetic

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Kinetic sand

Kinetic roller coaster

Kinetic air balloons mobile

Dance, dance, dance!
Now this is Kinetic movement!

Have a great day! Hope
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Kinetic word from M-W’s Word of the Day
Definition from Merriam-Webster Dictionary.com

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Posted in Blogging Blogger, Waltzing

Word of the Day: Waltzing

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Do you know how to waltz? See the source image

Have you ever watched the ballroom dancers? Do you wish you could dance like them? 

Artist Fernado Botero

I could dance all night!

This song from is from the musical My Fair Lady, with music written by Frederick Loewe and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, published in 1956. The song is sung by the musical’s heroine, Eliza Doolittle, expressing her exhilaration and excitement after an impromptu dance with her tutor, Henry Higgins – in the small hours of the morning. In a counterpoint during the second of 3 rounds, two maids and the housekeeper, Mrs. Pearce, urge Eliza to go to bed, but she ignores them.

It was first performed by Julie Andrews in the original Broadway production of My Fair Lady. In the 1964 film adaptation of the musical, the song was sung by Marni Nixon, dubbing the singing voice of Audrey Hepburn, who played Eliza Doolittle.[2] In 2004, Nixon’s version finished at #17 on AFI’s 100 Years…100 Songs survey of top tunes in American cinema.

Hit versions of the song were recorded by Sylvia SymsDinah ShoreAngélica MaríaBen E. King as an ATCO single, Frank SinatraRosemary Clooney, and Jamie Cullum. It was featured in The Birdcage sung by Nathan LaneHank AzariaGene HackmanRobin Williams and Dianne Wiest. Many actresses have also sung the song in the stage version of the musical including Martine McCutcheonLaura Michelle KellyAmy NuttallLisa O’Hare, and Lauren Ambrose.

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Posted in Blogging Blogger, Bonkers Away, Glimmer

Daily Prompt: Glimmer

Glimmer

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Glimmer, glimmer, glimmer, glimmer, glimmer!
Glimmering fireworks!The Chef brought out a glimmering dish!

She writes the not so glimmering reviews on Monday, Wednesday, Friday!

He writes the best glimmering reviews on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday!

Watch their glimmering foot work!She makes the best pizza in town. She always gets glimmering reviews.

Have a great day! Hope

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Posted in Blogging Blogger, Daily Post comment, Rhythmic

Daily Prompt: Rhythmic

Daily Prompt: Rhythmicpng_runner_jumping_over_hurdle

Hi everyone! Hope all is well!

Can you believe it’s already March 6, 2017?

Well let’s get the rhythm going for this blog!

  • png_couple_dancing_cartoonRhythm – dance
  • Rhythm – singing
  • Rhythm – running 
  • png_cartoon_girls_037Rhythm – jumping
  • Rhythm – huddling
  • Rhythm – music
  • Rhythm – heartbeat
  • Rhythm – tapping your feet, pencil, pen, brush, fingers on keyboard
  • Rhythm – geese flying Image result for Flock of Geese Clip Art
  • Rhythm – watch people walking across the street

What rhythmic measures did you use today?

Have a great day!. HERS funny_cartoon_bird_image_3

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