Dancing for Online Classes

@acelawrites (19164)
Philippines
October 21, 2020 4:15pm CST
My friend was so shy yet proud he had to dance online for his daughter's Physical Education class. They were garbed in traditional outfits as they danced "carinosa," a folk dance, though it may had originated from Spain. The dance was performed by noble people during the olden times. My friend said he will do anything to help his child in her endeavors. Good parents are just like that.
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@rakski (69389)
• Philippines
21 Oct
I saw our neighbor dancing that too with his daughter
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
21 Oct
It is fun to see fathers doing their best to support their children.
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@rakski (69389)
• Philippines
22 Oct
@acelawrites so true. My husband played volleyball with my daughter, as part of their PE activities.
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
22 Oct
@rakski indeed, parents now are their children's buddies to achieve success in online classes.
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@CarolDM (102479)
• United States
21 Oct
He is blessed to have this chance.
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
21 Oct
Indeed, and a TV network picked up the video too.
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
22 Oct
Yes, he is; he was able to show his support for his daughter.
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@florelway (15630)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Oct
i can imagine how cute to see a father and daughter tandem.
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
21 Oct
They look so cute; with the mother coaching on the background.
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@florelway (15630)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
23 Oct
@sharon6345 (255823)
• United States
21 Oct
That sounds like fun as well.
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
21 Oct
Yes, stress-reliever these times.
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@Corbin5 (208798)
• United States
21 Oct
That is wonderful your friend did that for his daughter.
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
21 Oct
He's a very supportive father!
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@kaylachan (7303)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
21 Oct
It's rre you hear such wonderful stories about parents willing to help their children out. You almost never see those. Glad you had a promising story to share.
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
21 Oct
It is very inspiring to see/hear such stories.
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@DianneN (204059)
• United States
21 Oct
He is absolutely right! Good for him!
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
21 Oct
Yes, so nice to see them dance for the final P.E.exam.
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• United States
22 Oct
aw, warms the heart to read 'f this. parental 'nvolvment 'tis key to young'uns success. e'en dancin' when one wishes not to. so kudo's to him!
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
22 Oct
You are right.It is do nice to see parents doing their best for their children's welfare.
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@snowy22315 (101798)
• United States
22 Oct
That is very sweet.
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@acelawrites (19164)
• Philippines
22 Oct
Yes, so supportive father.
@thelme55 (56586)
• Germany
22 Oct
That is nice that your friend is helping your daughter danced Carinosa. I remember that I have danced Carinosa before when I was in high school.
@LadyDuck (311480)
• Switzerland
22 Oct
CariƱosa is Spanish and surely introduced to your country during the colonial times. How sweet to ask the mother to dance with the daughter.
@jstory07 (97243)
• Roseburg, Oregon
22 Oct
Good parents that had some fun.