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Date:9/30/2014 9:58:32 PM
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Hi Kiddo
Well, mom asked the teacher tonight about having Latin music. She said that the majority like what we are using. Well, they are all 20 to 30 years old. They can move that fast and love that "music". Mom has only recognized 2 songs so far. She doesn't even get up to dance to that one song at a wedding (where she always hears it). Silly mom calls it ... to the right to the right to the right, to the left to the left to the left! This brings back memories of 8 years ago when she was able to talk dad into taking swing lessons. They went for the trial night. It was all country music (they don't like country). She asked why the swing dance wasn't to big band music as it was intended. They were told that's what everyone wants. GRRR.
Got a question about the lamp. Mom just got me the avian sun lamp. the bulb says "caution, emits UV radiation. Should she panic for herself and /or me?
PS I love to use my best macaw yell right in mom's ear too!
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