Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Class 3: Back once again with the renegade masters (after a small hiatus)

Class 3: Sunday 10th June 10am, taught by Max

This was a REALLY busy class.  Walking into the room five minutes before it was due to start, I couldn't see anywhere to put myself, but Nicky very kindly indicated that I should put my mat next to hers, in the exact opposite of the 'don't-make-eye-contact-with-the-nutter-getting-on-the-bus-so-they-don't-sit-next-to-me' scenario.  It made me feel very welcome, how lovely - thanks, Nicky!

Anyway, the eagle-eyed amongst you may have noticed that it has been almost a week since my last class.  Oops.  It's been half-term, so I've been full-time parenting, and there was a carnival to prepare for, and blah, blah.  I know, no excuses - but sometimes it just isn't possible, is it?

It's always interesting to practise with a different teacher, and Max was great.  It is funny to hear new things, though, in amongst the familiar dialogue.  The funniest one I noticed was the bit where we usually hear "nothing loose or hanging" to which Max added "no dingle dangles"  and something else even more mad which I unfortunately couldn't hear because my brain was screaming "DINGLE DANGLES???". Hahaha!

Felt like quite a good class for me.  Whenever there's been a break between my classes I always feel more flexible, but less good at balancing.  I think that'll do for my thing I've learned today, won't it?


  1. He said bingo wings after dingle dangles!!!!

  2. Oh, I like 'dingle dangles' better!

  3. That is a Emmy Cleves saying 'no dingle dangles.' Sounds even better in her Latvian accent. Dinner lady arms comes up now & again too.