45 thoughts on “My YouTube Debut

  1. WOW!!! I love it πŸ™‚ You are so cool πŸ˜€ I feel cool just by association (even though I don’t think I’ll ever be as graceful and rhythmic as you — I certainly can’t hoop at all).

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    • Thank you, Robin! I’m so nervous about doing this but then your comment landed in my mailbox and I felt better!
      I could teach you to hoop! Really, I’d love to if you ever wanted to give it a try. My mom is really enjoying herself because it’s such a meditative thing.
      Let me know……..

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      • Actually…hm. I have to warn you, though, I’m seriously grace-challenged. That would be fun πŸ™‚ Let me see how my schedule shakes out now that the kiddos are in school–and I have plans the next two weekends…but after that…(You might be sorry you offered, heh).

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    • You’re too kind, Melodye. Thanks for watching and enjoying. I wish we could hoop together because I think you’d really fall into it in a big way. Coming to CO anytime soon? πŸ™‚

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  2. Thank you, Robin! I’m so nervous about doing this but then your comment landed in my mailbox and I felt better!

    I could teach you to hoop! Really, I’d love to if you ever wanted to give it a try. My mom is really enjoying herself because it’s such a meditative thing.

    Let me know……..

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  3. That was incredible, Tracy. The beat of the music and movement of the hoop was capitvating. I loved how you showed us your skills in the shadow instead of a full body view, it kept us focused on the rhythm and fluidity. Beautiful–almost magical.

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      • Hey, I couldn’t keep it up for six revolutions in the beginning. And were you using a heavier hoop or one of those cheapo plastic ones? I could never hoop with those light ones so if you kept it going that long, you’re a hooping champ!
        Either way, a little Nick Drake couldn’t hurt the effort. πŸ™‚

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  4. That was AWESOME.
    I’m showing that to my daughter who has started hooping. Do you always hoop to music? I didn’t see an IPOD shadow. Just curious because you seem so in tune with the music. Boombox or brain-wave radio?

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    • P is hooping? Excellent! I wish I’d known that because we could’ve talked shop. πŸ™‚ There are tons of cool videos and how-tos on YouTube so let me know if she wants me to point her in that direction. Or, being a savvy teen, she could probably go to YouTube and put in “hooping.” πŸ™‚
      I almost always hoop to music but not with an iPOD (the cord would be a hazard for me). That video was with a boombox but Zippy dubbed over it when he downloaded it to the computer since there was a siren blasting through the neighborhood right then.
      Thanks for watching, Linda.

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  5. That was AWESOME.

    I’m showing that to my daughter who has started hooping. Do you always hoop to music? I didn’t see an IPOD shadow. Just curious because you seem so in tune with the music. Boombox or brain-wave radio?

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  6. Hey, I couldn’t keep it up for six revolutions in the beginning. And were you using a heavier hoop or one of those cheapo plastic ones? I could never hoop with those light ones so if you kept it going that long, you’re a hooping champ!

    Either way, a little Nick Drake couldn’t hurt the effort. πŸ™‚

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  7. P is hooping? Excellent! I wish I’d known that because we could’ve talked shop. πŸ™‚ There are tons of cool videos and how-tos on YouTube so let me know if she wants me to point her in that direction. Or, being a savvy teen, she could probably go to YouTube and put in “hooping.” πŸ™‚

    I almost always hoop to music but not with an iPOD (the cord would be a hazard for me). That video was with a boombox but Zippy dubbed over it when he downloaded it to the computer since there was a siren blasting through the neighborhood right then.

    Thanks for watching, Linda.

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