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Hoops for Angel!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

As Promised...a little hooping, a little pug dancing a little yammering :)
5 Songs:

Come on Get Happy by The Partridge Family
Stereo Hearts by Gym Class Heroes (featuring Adam Levine)
Magic by B.o.B. (featuring Rivers Cuomo) I said Down with Webster...not sure WHAT I was thinking there...he's from WEEZER
I Feel a Spark by Tiffany Monique
It's Raining Men by Geri Halliwell
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    Today I took my tablet out and managed to find this vlog and I hooped to the whole thing holding the tablet so I could see it. But.. somehow I pushed the wrong button at about the start of the pug dancing during the last song - and then the browser locked up and I had to start over to find it. It wouldn't load more than a minute ahead and wouldn't let me skip ahead, so I hooped to the whole thing a second time. Anyhow, I got in 28 min. of hooping today with your help! Thanks!
    2005 days ago
    OMG I just found this one! Wow, you rock! I'll try to bring this up on my tablet tomorrow so I can hoop along with you. ;)

    ROFL about stopping for the cat (scratching the couch).. that's funny.. because you know I'm going to get distracted by my son a dozen times or more.

    OMG.. SHAUN CASSIDY!!! I had SUCH a celebrity crush on him.. nope, not David Cassidy.. And I got to see Shaun at 10 yrs old when we traveled out west to Hollywood. They were filming the Hardy Brothers show in the hotel we went into. HAHA! I was in dreamland.

    LOL with your dog dancing.. Not at you, but the moving of the dog... bouncing, etc.. Surprised she didn't puke all over the floor!

    I am SO honored that you made a vlog in my honor to help motivate me. Thank you so so much!!!
    2008 days ago
    Love it; great hooping. Thank you my friend. I am going to hoop later on. You reminded how fun it is.
    2014 days ago
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