What Day is It Again?

Oh yes–Sabado–Saturday-So yesterday Yvonne moved in–I met her at the milonga at Villa Malcomb Thursday night–there werfe four of us ladies–Susanna and I planned to take class and do milonga but picked up Yvonne at the class and another lovely dark-haired Porteno. Then yesterday she came to visit an moved in with me in the big Queen suite. WE went to dance at La Veruta late last night–in fact at 11 they were still doing the classes–mucha hente!!OMG–finally it started over hr later–then played a lot of salsa-rock-bahata before finally starting tango. One guy was begging her to dance salso—she refuse–then begged me–I felt bad for him so I went to dance–a big mistake–the guy thought he knew what he was doing but NO–very srong–laughing–throwing me here and there–finally threw me to the floor! So embarrassing–BUT–I go on–“Thanks–that wll be enough” and I go to sit down. Sheesh.  Later a milonga plays and Yvone makes an exception to here rule of NOT dancing w/girls–and we dance–OMG-so much fun–and all the while I see people staring–smiling — . . .odd to see an old american lady dancing milonga like she knows what to do–hahahahahah. Later I lead Yvonee in rock–which she has no clue-and as we leave dance floor-two couples stop me anc tell me I dance very good. They ask “Argentina?”  I say–no–Ustado Unidos!–I’m from Oregon/  Then an amazing guy is asking me to dance–after the live orchestra starts—and we dance maybe 7-8 songs before he says–thanks—and we finish–After each song he says–Que lindo! And I just smile—I am having a ball—At one point he says–aha–nuevo–and I say–yes-I love it–and he says next Thursday—Electronica musica here–at Veruta-[-I am so there.  He comes back to dance the last song from th orchestra–and I am one Happy Tangobunny! Gracias, Senor!

About tangobunny

Pastor Bunny went on sabbatical leave to Argentina July 28-November 4, 2010, funded by a pastoral renewal grant from the Lily Foundation. It was her second visit to AR. Since then she's been back three more times and toured the country. She loves the Argentine people as much as the tango and calls Argentina her other home.
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