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March 26, 2010

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Thanks so much for sharing the video! I used to clog when I was a bit younger. Was a member of the "James Gang Cloggers" and traveled around out local area performing. It was so much fun, and you just brought back some great memories.

LOVED it...I could watch the girls every day!!

Keep kickin it up girls!! Enjoyed your show! You guys are sooo talented. Miss ya! Glad you got to get out of town and enjoy dancing with other people. Nana

Loved the performance. They are quite talented. Thank you for sharing the video. I know we have square dance clogging down here somewhere will have to check it out.

SUPER!!!! Please congratulate the girls for me!

Loved seeing the video. Here in south Louisiana, in St. Charles Parish in particular, Allemands Elementary School has a group of Cajun Dancers that keep the tradition of the Acadians alive.They preform at various activities in the parish.

Love it---Love it---Love it..... I know you are proud of both of them. I enjoy clogging so much...

Thanks so much for sharing...
Hugs,
Betsy

I love it! I never get to see clogging anymore! Your girls are awesome!

Oh! They did a great job. I look forward to hearing more about it when I see you Monday.

And, we want to have you over for dinner soon so we can start making some plans!

Wow, I love it! I remember when some of the kids used to practice their clogging during recess when I was a school girl, long ago.
I loved this link! Thanks Tipper.
I loved your other link, too..Clogging at the John C. Campbell School Folk Festival..

I'm going to have to check into that. I would love going to watch. And maybe start dancing again. Lord knows I need the exercise. I kept me skinny for a very long time.
Loved watching the girls again.

Oh!!! the girls did such a great job. What a wonderful festival. I can see you, all three, there a part of the heritage you love so much. Hearing the people clap and yell for Chitter and Chatter warms my heart.
Thank God for you, Tipper, you are an extraordinary mother and teacher for your girls!
I love you!

i really loved watching your girls.. you must be so proud of them, and i love that they are doing what generations before have done. its neat to carry on traditions. thanks so much for sharing.. i do wish i lived near you so i could experience these things.
big ladybug hugs
lynn

Wonderful!!!

Wonderful!!! (clapping for them).

TO SEE CHITTER AND CHATTER IN THE VIDEO BRINGS BACK MEMORIES. WHEN I WAS THEIR AGE, ( I AM NOW 88) I NEVER MISSED A DANCE ANYWHERE CLOSE ENOUGH THAT I COULD WALK TO. I AM STILL TAPPING MY TOES WHEN I HEAR THE MUSIC WE USED FOR OUR SQUARE DANCING. I WENT TO LOTS OF ENGLISH DANCES WHILE IN ENGLAND DURING WW-2 BUT THEY WERE NOTHING LIKE OLD FASHION CLOGING AND SQUARE DANCING WE DID IN THE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA WHEN I WAS GROWING UP.
WAY TO GO CHITTER AND CHATTER. KEEP THE TREDITION GOING.
CHARLES

Tipper...what a treat! Thanks!

Your girls dance lovely! I'm glad you enjoyed your time in Kentucky. Berea is a nice little college town in the foothills. John has played there several times and they also carry his artwork from time to time in the Artisan Center. I was excited when I saw that you made a visit to Kentucky. :)

Hey Tipper, how could you not love that?!?!? Clogging and mountain music?!?! I love it! Glad to see the kids enjoying it too.

When we lived in Atlanta I worked for a physician who clogged. Needless to say, it could be pretty interesting in the office at times.

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