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Wayback Machine delivers memories…

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I was searching for an old web page of mine today, and took a little walk down memory lane in the process.

A December 2001 performance by Gypsy Caravan at the Pink Door. They are wearing costumes I created for them. I remember when they used to come up a few times a year, and how magical it was to see them, to dance with them…*sigh*

My first trip to Breitenbush for Ancient Echoes:

My old vending tent at Med Fest, vending with Zanbaka:

My first Med Fest performance, with Veils of the Nile. Bet you can’t tell my beloved Fat Chance bra is on upside down!

My old class page, on one of my oldest web site designs back when I first started learning HTML:

I love seeing these old pages and pics!

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Shay Moore is the director and primary instructor at Deep Roots Dance in Seattle, WA. She loves writing, movies, costuming, knitting, cooking, and bellydance to the moon and back again; and loves her amazing husband and doggies even more than that.

4 Responses

  1. Michael
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    That was fun to look at those photos! I didn’t know you had danced with Veils of the Nile. I remember those sheer ghawazee coats of GC. I love them, and have always wanted to have some like that for our troupe. GC had some fabulous costuming when you were the Official Costumer! I;m trying to remember what year I first saw you. I think it was at a WS the Goddess Squad put on at the Ballard Firehouse where Paulette came and taught….Wow, long time ago now! Hope you are doing well and will have a lovely Thanksgiving with friends/family. Cindy Bear

  2. Shay Moore
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    Hey Cindy,
    Yeah, those workshops at the Firehouse were ones I hosted. That was when Michelle and I were running Goddess Squad together. Ah the memories!!

  3. Katrina McCoy
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    Gosh, reminds me when I used to cut fabric for you in exchange for costumes back in 2002. Fun stuff!

  4. Amy
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    I love seeing these, especially pictures from before I started dancing.

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