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July 1-31, 2005,
Gotta love a man in uniform! Our celebrity wedding photos feature two former presidents married in their dress uniforms. First we have a newly married Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter smiling for the whole world to see, followed by George Bush Senior's First Dance with then new wife Barbara.
"The Babushka or The Apron Dance"
Timing your wedding can be important in a military marriage. If you
have PCS (Permanent Change of Station) orders, and get married before
you actually make the move, you can have your spouse added to your orders
and the military will pay for the relocation of your spouse and her/his
property. However, if you report to your new duty assignment first,
and then get married, you will have to pay for the relocation of your
spouse out of your own pocket. Actually "making the move" means reporting
into your new base. So, you may be able to leave your old base, take
leave to get married, report into your new base, get your orders amended
to include your new spouse, and the military will pay for the spouse's
move. However, if you report to your new base, and then take leave to
get married, you're on your own, when it comes to moving expenses for
the spouse. You might then also have to change your housing and allowances
for it. My advice is to get married in between postings rather than
during if it is in any way convenient for you to do so. My husband and
I were actually legally married two months before our wedding (I told
no one!) in order to resolve these kinds of PCS problems in our move
to Korea. Leaving the country will result in a much longer wait in paperwork
so make sure you have the timetable straight!
Your mother always told you to stand up straight and now you know why...She
wanted you to dance! Keeping your head up, shoulders back and tummy
in, will not only make your gowns and tuxes look better, it will make
you feel better. So often when people are not used to being watched
they slump as if they were trying to make themselves smaller or less
noticeable. This is particularly true when people dance. It is your
wedding -- and everyone is going to notice you no matter what! Look
at our students Victor and Karen. He is looking into her eyes, not at
her feet. He picked up the moves very quickly, but one of the most notable
dance advantages he has is excellent posture (thanks to the U.S. Military).
It gives him an air of total confidence on the dance floor and off.
This also makes him very easy to follow and look great dancing.
Our teachers run events and perform locally on a regular basis.
up for our mini groups in the summer!
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for more info.
That's right! It's us! Click on the banner above to go to our home page. Inspired by Veteran's Day and in support of all of the Armed Forces we are offering a 10% discount to all military couples who book their first appointment and send us a deposit before January 1, 2004! Have you got two or even four left feet? Are you dreading that first dance where everybody will be staring at you? YOU CAN DANCE and we will prove it to you. You will not only enjoy dancing with each other but you will also impress your family and friends. Years later the guests may not remember what kind of flowers you had or which sauce was on the chicken but they will remember how great you two were on the dance floor if you take lessons with us! Let us show you how fun and easy dancing together can be!
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