From Gene Burnett
Well, the Winter weather is really coming on strong this year…at least strong for Southern Oregon. Temps have been consistently lower than in recent years and there’s a big snowstorm coming as of this writing. I’ve been teaching outdoors all year round for many years so I’m no stranger to strong weather. I layer up, get out the glove and sock liners, and keep moving. I figure if the worst you can say about your day is that your fingers and toes got cold, you’re doing pretty well. I might have a few “All Weather T’ai-Chi” videos next month.
*A heads up for next month: Wednesday, February 1st, 2017: “6th Annual~Love Songs”
The only rules of this Hack Circle:
1. You’ve got to use your feet to keep the sack in the air and off the ground. No hands! (10 voluntary pushups if you do)
2. If you miss or otherwise screw up, you can’t say, “I’m Sorry.” (10 voluntary pushups if you do)
3. No serving to yourself. (10 voluntary pushups if you do)
4. No hotdogging. Meaning this is not about how many tricks you can do before the sack hits the ground, and it’s not about working obsessively on tricks. Tricks are fine but in general, we want to keep the hack going as a friendly group and keep everyone involved.
See you at the bandshell, rain or shine. The shell provides shelter from the rain and once a circle gets going, you’ll be plenty warm.
Rescue Dog (Rogue Poerty Slam Version)