Prairie Caravan Tribal Bellydance

Forget what you THINK you know about bellydance . . .

Debbie  ~  All of the dancers filled out random questions about themselves. The answers are below in their photo bios! 

 

          

 What do I value most in my life?

One of the things that I value most in my life has been my friends. Whether they have been in my life for long or short period of time I have valued their help, laughter, wisdom and support when needed and I hope I have done that in return as well

                   

 

If you had a "super power" what would it be?

If I had a super power it would be a "delete" button for my brain so I could delete all the useless information that I have picked up along the way along with the important stuff.....this would enable me to remember the important things like where did I put my glasses?

 

You're on a desert island, what three things from     civilization would you miss the most? 

 If I had my cats and Johnny Depp......nothing!!!

                         

What makes me laugh out loud?

What makes me laugh out loud is life itself, life is just too crazy not to laugh at it! Oh yes, also the Big Bang Theory!! Brilliant show!!

          

 

Tell us something that none of your fellow dancers might know about you!

I don't believe any of my fellow dancers know this but when I was in High School I studied Theatre & Broadcasting and one summer I got to perform at Rainbow Stage in a production of Peter Pan.  I was a TREE!  Actually it looked more like a giant pineapple and I was inside it and I got to move it back and forth at the start and end of the scene.  Aw yes, my claim to fame!!

     

 

Why do I dance?

Dance is something I have always loved, whether it be watching it or dancing myself. I remember as a little girl my Granny took me to see Swan Lake and I absolutely loved it! I know one of my aunts was once in a dance troupe so maybe it is in the blood. Unfortunately, I was never able to take any dance classes when I was younger but discovered Tribal Bellydance later on in life and felt like I was coming home

 

 

As a child what did you what to be when you grew up? And how close to that are you now?

 I grew up in the late 50's and early 60's and westerns were really popular back then. My heroes were Dale Evans and Roy Rogers....I know most of you "younguns "are going to say "Who?" so what I initially wanted to be was a cowgirl. I had the whole costume, hat, shirt, skirt, boots and six guns!! Later on when I was about 13 the British Invasion was happening. (Again I know most of you " younguns" are going to say "What?") Go-Go dancers were the big thing so I wanted to be a Go-Go dancer.  Since I work in accounting that is a long stretch from cowgirl and go-go dancing but,  hmm,  I am wearing costumes and dancing Tribal Bellydance so I got close

                                                  

If you could have dinner with anyone dead or alive who would you choose?

The person I would choose to have dinner with would be the Dali Lama.  I respect him so much.  I think I could learn more by being in his presence for five minutes than I have learned in a lifetime

Favorite food?

I enjoy all sorts of different ethnic foods but I have to back to my roots. PEROGIES in butter and onions!!! YUMMM!!!                       

                                                  

                                 

If you had millions of dollars, what would you do with your life?

I would retire from work as there are so many other interesting things to do in this world. And as the road behind me is longer than the one in front of me I would love the opportunity to do more. I have always loved traveling and exploring the world so that is one thing I would really like to more of. Another thing is that there is such need out there whether it be big or small, the one thing I would like to do if I had the millions is help those in need whether it be people, animals or the planet itself

 

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