The Thursday Threesome
Choreography: The art of symbolically representing dancing
Onesome- Choreography: What do you choreograph in your life? Your morning routine? The dinner ritual? How you study?
I schedule things, yes. But choreograph? No. I don’t count the steps I need to take to get to the bathroom or the kitchen. I don’t swish my toothbrush exactly 100 times to brush my teeth or measure exactly one teaspoon of oil to pour into the pan. As for studying–I don’t have a systematic way of actually doing that either. And I hope I don’t ever have to choreograph any of my activities. Life is too spontaneous and surprising.
Twosome- The art of symbolically: Art? Hmmmm… Sure, what do you like to have? …or do you? …but how about that little symbol you keep on your desk or headboard? The one you keep because??? I mean, if you can share that…
I don’t have any art or symbols in my living space. If that makes me minimalist and boring, so be it.
Threesome- representing dancing: No, not ‘do you dance?’ (although that’s fine too!); rather, which type(s) of dancing will you stop and watch for a moment? Ballroom? Swing? Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey?
Competitive ballroom dancing! Seriously, I would watch any kind of dancing as long as it’s not the kind where people writhe pointlessly (and haphazardly) on the dance floor.