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Lin & Larada’s Christmas Letter

Our Christmas newsletter is one of my favorite traditions–I have been sending out a Christmas letter for 30 years. Here’s this year!


Merry Christmas to you and yours! Feliz Navidad!

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10 thoughts on “Lin & Larada’s Christmas Letter

  1. Larada what an honor –and well deserved I am sure to write about Marshall Flippo. I never met or danced to him but have heard a lot of about from other dancers. I had not heard of his passing. I have missed coming to Albuquerque the last 2 years. But it is nice to see you around. Margaret

    1. Margaret, so good to hear from you. I do feel it’s a privilege to write Flippos biography. Hope you are well. I’ve missed seeing you on the dance floor. Merry Christmas!

  2. Larada: Was truly a pleasure to read your newsletter. Sounds like your entire life is built around dancing. Keep it up as long as you and Lin are healthy enough to enjoy it.
    Will miss dancing with you guys in the future.
    Bill & Cecelia Randall

    1. Bill & Cecelia, thank you so much & it is—dancing is our life. My heart goes out to you two. We will miss you so. You added so much joy to any dance. Please keep in touch with us—you are our dear friends. Love, Larada

  3. Hey! Congrats Larada and Lin on your wins, esp Gold in Random! Loved your letter! And pics, with your crazy/beautiful costumes. But, so sorry to hear of Flippo’s passing. Am glad you are writing about him. I know you and Lin were very good to your Aunt, and had a lot of fun with her. Keep on Dancing!!! Love, Christy

  4. Nice Christmas Letter, Larada..Keep square Lin gave up being takes a lot of time, glad you could get a lot of new members.,that is usualally a challenge. Best wishes to you oand maybe see you atthe State Festival in Pueblo. LaVern Johnson, of the Red Rock Rambles, Lyons, Co. 303 823 5925

    1. Thanks so much. I love doing that Christmas letter each year. Yes, we’ll see you in Pueblo. Happy New Year to you, dear friend.

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