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Friday, January 10, 2020

Thursday 1-9 Dancing to Randy Dougherty

Awesome day of dancing

We had a windy humid day. 

I started the day out by doing my Solitaire Event Challenge, which was called Two Game Tango Mini. It had six games (three were Spider and three were Free Cell.

Then we spent the morning and afternoon dancing with Randy Dougherty at Tip of Texas RV Park. The first dance was at 10:00 and was an A2 DBD Workshop for two hours. We had 14 couples and an extra lady, we had three squares. During the workshop Randy worked on Motivate, Quarter Thru, Right Roll, Zoom and other moves. When Randy did these moves he put us in weird positions. He always has the dancers thinking. You know when you dance to Randy you will breakdown but everyone still laughs and has fun.    

We were out the last tip so we were able to go to lunch 15 minutes early which made it better because we beat the lunch crowd to Taco Bell. We like going to Taco Bell because it's convenient and we like the food. Our friends Sheryl and Lanny joined us. We had a very nice visit with them.

At 1:00 we were back on the floor dancing. The afternoon session was a C1 Workshop. We had four squares and an extra three people. During the workshop Randy went over some of the moves we were having problems with. While doing so he changed it up and put us in positions using the moves that we weren't use to being in. Nancy and Art were nice enough to bring some caramels for us to snack on. We sat out one tip. Even though the squares keep breaking down we still laugh and have a great time. Randy also has fun and laughs with us.

On the way home we stopped by Walmart to buy a couple of things and to get more money for our dancing and entertainment. While there we picked up a chicken and that's what we had for dinner.

Grocery shopping

In the evening I went to J-Five hall and played Card Bingo. We started out with 19 people and the payback was 5 games $2.80 and the 6th game $5.00. After the first hand another person showed up so the $2.80 games became $3.00. Our neighbor won three hands one at $2.80, one at $3.00 and one at $5.00. It was a lot of fun. When I got home I did my steps, which was 16,000. I started reading The Indigo Girl by Natasha Boyd.    

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