Volcanic Ash and Tango Class
Trip Start Jul 12, 2011
23Trip End Dec 19, 2011
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About 30 minutes later, Paul got home from work and said, "Hey - I think that the ash from the volcano is covering everything outside!" When I looked at the kitchen table again, I noticed that there was a clean square on the table where my computer had sat for just a few minutes before I moved it shortly before Paul arrived. It was, indeed, volcanic ash on the kitchen table.
It was so fine that it looked exactly like dust. Paul ended up mopping the whole ground floor of the apartment, and we shut all the windows again to keep more ash from getting in
Things did, however, turn to ash in my personal relationships. I'm once again single (have been for a few days now). As a result, I didn't post for a few days.
In other news, I've started taking tango classes 4 days a week at the Academia Nacional de Tango at the Piedras stop on the Linea A. After taking 4 classes, I can now do this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pyi5ZF-P94
I'm still a bit stiff in the transitions, but after only 4 classes this was great. I'm looking forward to when I can get the technique down better so that I can transition more smoothly. The folks at ISEDET have started calling me the "milonguero" - it means "a guy who dances at milongas [public tango dances]."