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That's My Boy On The Dance Floor Proud Dance Mom

That's My Boy On The Dance Floor Proud Dance Mom Author : Greenyx Publishing
Release : 2020-01-22
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Have you been looking for a simple financial planning tool to help you keep track of your finances? Our four column ledger is a simple tool to keep accurate, permanent bookkeeping records, designed to work well with different kinds of needs and it will help you work more efficiently, smarter and better whether at the office, home or school. This ledger is ideal for budgeting, record keeping, setting up computer spreadsheets and as a check book register, whether you own a small home-based businesses, a professional, busy traveler, student, or a homeowner. Get your copy now and start tracking down!

Life in the Petunia Patch

Life in the Petunia Patch Author : P J Hoge
Release : 2011-12-06
Publisher : iUniverse
ISBN : 146206888X
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It had been an amazing year. Carl Kincaid’s entire life had changed. It was a far cry from that lonely Louisiana hospital room. Little did he know then, that some strangers would change his life! He was happier now than he had ever been, even though it required getting used to. Now he had a family and a pile of friends. He was stepfather to eight grown kids and all their families. Helping them face the changes in their lives while building a new life for his new wife and himself, required a lot of energy. There was always a challenge somewhere or something that made him proud, joyful or stark raving mad. He was aware he had become a petunia. It was the very thing that he had spent his life ridiculing. Now it meant a lot to Carl Kincaid, the loner who needed no one, to be the best petunia he could. Carl had never been one to settle for second place, and if he was going to have a life in a petunia patch, it would be the best Petunia Patch.

Encore Performance (with embedded videos)

Encore Performance (with embedded videos) Author : Vicki G. Riordan
Release : 2012-04-03
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 1451643500
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To enhance your reading experience, this edition of Encore Performance contains embedded videos of the Tap Pups performing. The inspiring true story of a woman who learned that it’s never too late to live the life you want As a young girl growing up in the 1950s in central Pennsylvania, Vicki Grubic Riordan idolized stars like Shirley Temple and Gene Kelly. She soon found her calling as a dance instructor, but like many baby boomers, she put her passion on hold to focus on starting a family. Only when her marriage ended and she was left with little means of support for herself and her two young sons did Vicki return to her first true love: teaching dance. In doing so, she found much more than a way to make a living: she found a way to make a difference. With her exuberant personality, infectious enthusiasm, and unwavering belief in the magic of movement to make even the darkest times better, Vicki has inspired thousands of women to do things they never dreamed possible. At the age of sixty-two, when her peers were thinking about retirement, Vicki opened the doors to what has become America’s largest adult tap dancing studio. She has gone from teaching fifty students a year to teaching more than five hundred, and thanks to Vicki, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has become the unofficial tap capital of the world and the home of her celebrated “Tap Pups.” The majority of the women (and a handful of men) in her classes are in their fifties and sixties, but instead of yielding to the expectation that they’d be slowing down at this stage of life, tap has helped them to get in touch with their own natural rhythm. Tap helped Anni, 56, get through a difficult divorce with grace. It gave Betsy a newfound self-confidence, and at 57 she was inspired to wear eye makeup for the first time in thirty years. And when Jeanne, 62, was diagnosed with cancer, the Tap Pups rallied to offer their full support. Vicki’s students come from all walks of life: teachers, doctors, nurses, lawyers, insurance agents, therapists, CPAs, retirees—married, divorced, single, and widowed—but through dancing together, no matter their innate talent or years of experience, Vicki’s Tap Pups have found a potent source of friendship, vitality, and fulfillment. After years of putting everyone else first, these women know that now it’s their time to shine. In Encore Performance, Vicki inspires readers of all ages to listen to the beat of their own hearts and dance through life as they were born to do.

Gypsy Boy

Gypsy Boy Author : Mikey Walsh
Release : 2012-02-14
Publisher : Macmillan
ISBN : 1250011973
File Size : 79.40 MB
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An Eye-Opening Memoir of Growing Up Gypsy Mikey Walsh was born into a Romany Gypsy family. They live in a secluded community, and little is known about their way of life. After centuries of persecution, Gypsies are wary of outsiders, and if you choose to leave you can never come back. This is something Mikey knows only too well. Growing up, he didn't go to school, he seldom mixed with non-Gypsies, and the caravan became his world. It was a rich and unusual upbringing, but although Mikey inherited a vibrant and loyal culture his family's legacy was bittersweet, with a hidden history of violence and grief. Eventually Mikey was forced to make an agonizing decision—to stay and keep secrets, or escape and find somewhere to belong. Gypsy Boy shows, for the first time, what life is really like among the Romany Gypsies. A surprise #1 bestseller in Great Britain, this is a one-of-a-kind memoir of a little-seen world, one both fascinating and heartbreaking.

The Virginia Quarterly Review

The Virginia Quarterly Review Author :
Release : 2002
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School of Fortune

School of Fortune Author : Amanda Brown
Release : 2007-06-26
Publisher : St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN : 1429916249
File Size : 60.42 MB
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A fun, fresh frolic of a novel starring a spoiled but lovable Texas heiress out to reclaim her fortune Pippa Walker's wedding was to be huge—Texas huge—complete with twelve bridesmaids under contract from Pippa's mother to stay lean and long-haired, gondolas flown in from Venice, A- and B- guest lists. But when Pippa finds out her handsome husband-to-be isn't what she thought, she bolts from her own wedding, shocking society and getting herself disinherited. The only way she can get a piece of the family fortune back is to earn a degree from a school. Any school. It's a tough assignment for a girl who dropped out of SMU after pledging Kappa Kappa Gamma and shopping at Neiman's for a year. But Pippa is nothing if not up for a challenge. Attracting one hilarious misadventure after another, she tries to earn her sheepskin at: driving school, matchmaking school, even a circus academy. It's only when she hits rock-bottom—The Mountbatten Savoy School of Household Management—that things begin to look up. But can she really be falling in love with a...valet? "Great, silly fun, guaranteed to be seen at a beach near you." - Kirkus Reviews

Ballou's Dollar Monthly Magazine

Ballou's Dollar Monthly Magazine Author :
Release : 1857
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Dollar Monthly Magazine

Dollar Monthly Magazine Author :
Release : 1857
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Ballou's Monthly Magazine

Ballou's Monthly Magazine Author :
Release : 1857
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Dance Floor Democracy

Dance Floor Democracy Author : Sherrie Tucker
Release : 2014-09-22
Publisher : Duke University Press
ISBN : 0822376202
File Size : 60.35 MB
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Open from 1942 until 1945, the Hollywood Canteen was the most famous of the patriotic home front nightclubs where civilian hostesses jitterbugged with enlisted men of the Allied Nations. Since the opening night, when the crowds were so thick that Bette Davis had to enter through the bathroom window to give her welcome speech, the storied dance floor where movie stars danced with soldiers has been the subject of much U.S. nostalgia about the "Greatest Generation." Drawing from oral histories with civilian volunteers and military guests who danced at the wartime nightclub, Sherrie Tucker explores how jitterbugging swing culture has come to represent the war in U.S. national memory. Yet her interviewees' varied experiences and recollections belie the possibility of any singular historical narrative. Some recall racism, sexism, and inequality on the nightclub's dance floor and in Los Angeles neighborhoods, dynamics at odds with the U.S. democratic, egalitarian ideals associated with the Hollywood Canteen and the "Good War" in popular culture narratives. For Tucker, swing dancing's torque—bodies sharing weight, velocity, and turning power without guaranteed outcomes—is an apt metaphor for the jostling narratives, different perspectives, unsteady memories, and quotidian acts that comprise social history.

Encore Performance

Encore Performance Author : Vicki G. Riordan
Release : 2012-04-03
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 1451673078
File Size : 86.45 MB
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The inspiring true story of a woman who learned that it’s never too late to live the life you want As a young girl growing up in the 1950s in central Pennsylvania, Vicki Grubic Riordan idolized stars like Shirley Temple and Gene Kelly. She soon found her calling as a dance instructor, but like many baby boomers, she put her passion on hold to focus on starting a family. Only when her marriage ended and she was left with little means of support for herself and her two young sons did Vicki return to her first true love: teaching dance. In doing so, she found much more than a way to make a living: she found a way to make a difference. With her exuberant personality, infectious enthusiasm, and unwavering belief in the magic of movement to make even the darkest times better, Vicki has inspired thousands of women to do things they never dreamed possible. At the age of sixty-two, when her peers were thinking about retirement, Vicki opened the doors to what has become America’s largest adult tap dancing studio. She has gone from teaching fifty students a year to teaching more than five hundred, and thanks to Vicki, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has become the unofficial tap capital of the world and the home of her celebrated “Tap Pups.” The majority of the women (and a handful of men) in her classes are in their fifties and sixties, but instead of yielding to the expectation that they’d be slowing down at this stage of life, tap has helped them to get in touch with their own natural rhythm. Tap helped Anni, 56, get through a difficult divorce with grace. It gave Betsy a newfound self-confidence, and at 57 she was inspired to wear eye makeup for the first time in thirty years. And when Jeanne, 62, was diagnosed with cancer, the Tap Pups rallied to offer their full support. Vicki’s students come from all walks of life: teachers, doctors, nurses, lawyers, insurance agents, therapists, CPAs, retirees—married, divorced, single, and widowed—but through dancing together, no matter their innate talent or years of experience, Vicki’s Tap Pups have found a potent source of friendship, vitality, and fulfillment. After years of putting everyone else first, these women know that now it’s their time to shine. In Encore Performance, Vicki inspires readers of all ages to listen to the beat of their own hearts and dance through life as they were born to do.

Loud and Proud

Loud and Proud Author : Helena Simonett
Release : 1997
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Playing the Game

Playing the Game Author :
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Publisher : Dorothy W. Cosey
ISBN : 110527599X
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Take a ride with Marcus Harris, an educated roughneck with mass potential. Marcus has the game down, playing women left and right. He never falls short of a new admirer, but he is crew. Marcus grew up with Tyrone (Trigger), and Dupree (Durango) on the South side of Chicago's mean streets. In time, he will have to make a decision, his freedom, or his boys. Life in the streets can sometimes cost more than you are willing to pay. Ride with Marcus and his crew on a dangerous journey dealing with the Freight organization. You will see things that make you shudder and ruthless murders that make most people think twice.

Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane Author :
Release : 1992
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Project Gus

Project Gus Author : Andrew Sarewitz
Release : 2013-06-06
Publisher : Untreed Reads
ISBN : 1611875757
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Project Gus is a personal short story exploring how we see ourselves and the often inhibited guise brought out in social situations by how we believe others perceive us. It is also about friendship and lessons learned. For one middle-aged man, his memories of being bullied as an adolescent sometimes cause him to automatically modify his public behavior. While spending time with Gus, the young son of a close friend, his suppressed insecurities surface. But nine-year-old Gus sees things very clearly - and Gus just wants to play football. A new, personal essay from the author of the emotional nonfiction short MY FATHER.

Anti-Cinderella

Anti-Cinderella Author : Anaїs Ajane Hawkins
Release : 2014-12-20
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
ISBN : 1503521354
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A retelling of the world’s most classic fairytale. Anti-Cinderella starts as you would expect, but good intentions lead to deadly consequences. Now Anya must bear the choice of sacrificing someone close to her for her dream, or sacrificing her dream to save an entire kingdom. Either way, someone loses their happy ending, and their life.

The Advocate

The Advocate Author :
Release : 2002-05-14
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The Advocate is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) monthly newsmagazine. Established in 1967, it is the oldest continuing LGBT publication in the United States.

Lord Bainbridge

Lord Bainbridge Author : David Vincent
Release : 2008-11-10
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
ISBN : 1441575898
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Lord Bainbridge is a love story, but a love story of a different kind. Lord Jeremy Bainbridge is a young Englishman of the upper class. He is also a homosexual in a time when society demanded harsh penalties for those who dared to indulge in the love story that dare not speak its name. But Jeremy Bainbridge is determined to live the life he has been dealt. He finds himself on board the Titanic on her fateful maiden voyage. There, he meets and falls in love with a young Irishman, Tom Kennedy, traveling third class. But then fate, in the form of an iceberg, intervenes and in the ensuing disaster, where millionaires die as easily as liftboys, the two young men struggle to survive, not only against the sea, but against the prejudices that would destroy their relationship.

The American Hebrew

The American Hebrew Author :
Release : 1921
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Against Tide

Against Tide Author : Miriam Ross
Release : 1871
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