Salsa dancing at Havana Martini Club was a blast, not that I danced. I sketched a few silhouetted outlines of the dancers dancing in my sketchbook and took some photographs of all the activity. At one point in the evening, three female dancers who were having birthdays were treated to having the dance floor all to themselves while all the guys lined up to take their turn dancing with them. I was impressed with the classiness at Havanna. It was a diverse, clean, fun atmosphere where the dancing was top of the list for everyone there. I’m sure I’ll head back there again, and maybe try a cha-cha or something… someday…

Meanwhile, for all the effort put into getting everything done last week for all of my jobs, we were treated to a blizzard over the weekend the likes of which we have not seen in years. I have stashed the supplies originally slated for Family Saturday this month at the Carnegie Center, and now am ready for April. All’s well that ends well, I suppose. The peaceful break provided by this snowstorm was well received in this household at least.


Between puppetry gigs, I have managed to fit in a little bit of continued experimentation at the encaustic table. Here’s the latest efforts…


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