Drumbeats in Denver

As I type this, the opening ceremony with the Aztec dancers is going on.   My headache from either altitude sickness or a hang over prohibits me from standing too close to the action. ;->  But, from the bloggers room, we can still hear it well.  However, I did see their beautiful costumes.  So many vibrant colors, feathers, shells and bells.  Their dancing is truly graceful and I’m very glad to have seen this.  They explained that the Aztec once lived in this area then went further south.  I saw there is a big red ribbon and an even bigger pair of scissors to mark the grand opening of the conference.  Very exciting.  Many it was all the cups of coffee I had this morning, but I’m about ready to go out there and dance myself.  Hope you had a chance to see this show.  Now, back to the ceremony to see if I’m the lucky winner of a Crackberry, er, uh, Blackberry.

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