I remember seeing a box of Pocky sticks on the bedside table near where my Aunt Philippa had been during the time after she had given birth to her second child, my cousin Christopher at the now demolished Southport Public Hospital, and that moment was in extremely early 1994. Aunt Philippa told me that my sister and I could help ourselves to the box of Pocky sticks, yet I may had inadvertently forgotten to thank her because I was still just a child of seven years, and that is now my earliest memory of seeing and of course eating Pocky sticks.
Peter, true. Selling your beautiful hair is the way to continue dance lessons...😂
What makes me happy are too many things to describe here, but I will state a few to follow: people known as normal-minded (neurotypical to we folk with Asperger's) people who would very kindly if automatically and fully empathise with my frustration and depression without needing to study my disorder , having a good, witty and bubbly chat with very pretty and very nice young East Asian babes like the ever-so-cute Japanese waitress I met at La Piazza, receiving banknotes for my birthday, both my cats (though one of them has sadly passed on), losing weight, sampling fine foods yet being into a wider variety of foods than most people are, and being able to drive well throughout a driving lesson without any errors and not even the slightest of them nor even getting remotely close to having such slights behind the wheel.
A perm for me it is then 😜😂
Thinking long hair Peter?
We miss you so much this week Kate&Peter, sorry you have to work till late😰
This picture seems to have somewhat of a reflection of my own distinctive differences in my approach to achieving things. The young girl at the very right I trust seems to know her own advantages and may be in the attempt to show her own unusual talents upside down of course yet ever thinking upward and onward minus any failure!
RSVP by today! Please let us know if you'd like to join us for 5th Avenue New Year's lunch in Broadbeach on Thursday the 3rd Jan 😄🍻 We have 15 of us right now, names are; Rhonda-Arthur-Dainne-John-Bev-Bev's friend-Kate-Peter-Adrian-Ferne-Michiko-Ron & Lynda😘 #5thavenuedance #learntodance😋5th Avenue Dancers’ New Year Lunch🥂
Thursday 3 January 2019
Please let Maki know if you’d like to come🍽 for booking.
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New shoes must mean I'm hooked! I highly recommend this place for anyone wishing to take up dancing or polish up their existing repertoire. Friendly welcoming teachers and students just make this place even better.... See MoreSee Less
5th Avenue Dance is one of my favourite places to be. The staff and students are very welcoming and the classes are great fun. They teach steps not routines so you can dance with any partner to any music.... See MoreSee Less
5th Avenue is a fantastic dance studio. We have gone from curious beginners to confident social dancers. We love the friendly atmosphere and the fantastic teachers make learning easy. We would recommend 5th Avenue Dance Studio to anyone who enjoys dancing at any level.... See MoreSee Less
I came along 2 years ago, the best thing that has happened in my life. Great friends, lots of fun and best of all wonderful dance teachers. I now feel I can dance anywhere full of confidence. Thank you Steven and Maki.... See MoreSee Less
What wonderful teachers we have - they are great fun and very professional. It's a great studio offering plenty of events and enjoyment for all ages. Congratulations Maki and Steven.... See MoreSee Less