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Adventures in Hooping

A few months ago I posted on the joys of finding my hoop groove. But there comes a time when achieving the next level in hooping requires a real live teacher. After much searching, I found a class offered at a circus school. That sounded cool - they'd be focused on tricks, right? On the first night of class, amidst kids juggling and women climbing aerial silks, I found my class. I noticed that the teacher and the other two attendees appeared much fitter at and least ten years younger than me. That should've been my first clue. The instructor gave us a choice for warm-up, jumping jacks or the trampoline. I hadn't been on a full-sized trampoline since high school. And certainly not one as high as these. I have to admit, I was a little nervous. But who's going to choose jumping jacks over a trampoline? So I climbed up and started jumping. Hesitantly, since I kept sliding around. I mostly focused on making sure I could stop. Okay, whew. Blood pumping, I was ready for the rest of the warm-up. My poor muscles strained at the stretches, but if this was the price for "advanced" hooping techniques, I'd endure it. 

Finally, we stood up. Now it's time for the good stuff, I thought. That's when the instructor said, "Okay, let's do our hand stand and head stand drills". My stomach dropped. Had I heard correctly? I sidled up to her and asked, "Head stands? Hand stands? What for"? "Aerial hoop tricks". I wasn't even sure what those were, and afraid to ask. In a low voice, I told her, "I've never been able to do a hand stand or head stand, even as a kid". Not a problem, she told me. I could work on incremental steps toward them, like doing tripods where you put your head and hands on the floor and lift your legs so your thighs rest on your elbows. Now, I'm not an upside-down kind of person. Really, really, not. So, once again, I was nervous. Actually, worse than that, I was devising an escape plan. But given how tiny our class was, there was no way to do so unobtrusively. Oh well, I could pretend to try to do tripods and kick ups and then withdraw from the class on my way out so I wouldn't have to endure this next week.

Shadowchasers by Seressia Glass

Okay, I 'll on to the actual content of the book. I was not blown away. It took me a while to get through. It wasn't because the book was particularly painful to read. My definition of painful would be a story bordering on the ridiculous, cliches everywhere you turn, and very annoying characters. This book had interesting and entertaining characters; that I had wished were better developed. I think my favorite character, who was not mischievous for my taste, was Anansi. The thing is... the book didn't have a whole lot of action. It sort of bunched up at the end. The baddie was hardly in the picture. It was mostly, on Kira's part, dithering about. Running around, doing stuff that didn't seem terribly vital. When it came to the romance and sexual tension, well... eh, it wasn't... it was okay. But really I wasn't a huge fan. Rating: 3/5. Liked this book waaay better than the last uf I read with a African-American lead (LA Banks... the "slang" was atrocious). (I hate the fact that I am categorizing this read, but just see the main character as a unique accessory to normal UF). I do want to read the second in the series. I would recommend this book to fans of Urban Fantasy. But if I were you I'd get it from the library (or buy used). Try before you buy.

Book Review: Shadow Blade

Title: Shadow Blade. Author: Seressia Glass. Genre: Urban Fantasy. Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages. Publisher: Pocket; Original edition (January 26, 2010). Description: For Kira Solomon, normal was never an option. Kira's day job is as an antiquities expert, but her true calling is as a Shadowchaser. Trained from youth to be one of the most lethal Chasers in existence, Kira serves the Gilead Commission, dispatching the Fallen who sow discord and chaos. Of course, sometimes Gilead bureaucracy is as much a thorn in her side as anything the Fallen can muster against her. Right now, though, she's got a bigger problem. Someone is turning the city of Atlanta upside down in search of a millennia-old Egyptian dagger that just happens to have fallen into Kira's hands. Then there's Khefar, the dagger's true owner, a near-immortal 4,000-year-old Nubian warrior who, Kira has to admit, looks pretty fine for his age. Joining forces is the only way to keep the weapon safe from the sinister Shadow forces, but now Kira is in deep with someone who holds more secrets than she does, the one person who knows just how treacherous this fight is. Because every step closer to destroying the enemy is a step closer to losing herself to Shadow forever...

My Review: Most of the UF I have read the main characters tend to be a certain type. And by that I mean they have no ethnic flavor. Everyone is vaguely Anglo. Hardly a religious or cultural custom practiced. I suppose it makes the character less easily categorized as Cuban or Italian or Polish. So as the non-Cuban, Italian or Polish people could, if they wanted to, identify better without colorful things such as custom or culture blocking your view of personality or character habits. The thing is...I actually like learning about different cultures. That is probably the main reason I liked manga (Japanese comics) for so long. The culture is a big draw. I am not saying this book is a cultural wonderland. But we do have an African-American lead, with an Egyptian love interest. If you notice a lot, in PNRs mostly (generally in most books written by white ladies about anyone outside of their own culture/ethnic group), they chicken out and make their Black, Native American or Asian characters have distinctly "Anglo" features (I think the word "distinctly" is often employed). It is sad that even in written entertainment we are face with what is considered (by mass media to be) the most attractive. I know I am going on a rant. And I am sure you have heard or thought of this all before. But I need to say it.

Character Design - Speedy Poses and Winter Mascot

This time around, Bob wanted us to design an animal character that would star / represent an animated commercial for the Winter Olympics (and winter sports, in general.) It has to have appeal, but should promote the "fun" factor of winter sports. Also this week, he wanted us to pose our character revamp in two poses, which sould reflect what the character would do in a typical situation that is derived from that classic cartoon series. All in all, both were fun assignments. My red-tail fox is a very poor attempt to design it, as Ed Benedict himself would have. Well, I'll ask Bob for some advice on how to improve the design after tommorow's class. From an aspiring animator / cartoonist.