On a perfect autumnal day in Melbourne the Tap Kids and I gave another thoroughly enjoyable public performance, this time at a school fete. Rather than bombard you with another million photos, I will just share this one. (There are more pictures over here if you are interested, but only for Flickr members.)
These are the beautiful big kids but if you look closely you can see Astrid holding up my cheat sheet and me reading my instructions.
Oh, go on, alright, I'll show you another one featuring the lovable littlies; off to the side you can see the group of teenage girls who had a ball copying all the moves.
Oh look, fine. I don't want to leave anyone out. Here are the marvellous middle-sizeds, going for the big finish. Ta-da.
More fun at the fete was had checking out Jenny's craft stall. We couldn't walk away and leave these purple wheat bags behind, obviously.
This is all much nicer news than I had on Thursday night when one of my adult beginners fell over and broke her arm in class. It was just One Of Those Things, we weren't even doing anything difficult or dangerous. I have insurance, in case you are worried. Still feel crappy about it though.
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