Robin Miller was teaching a group class on Forward Three Turns. She said, "A three turn should be skated with the arms embracing the circle. Only the body should turn, not the arms. No flailing."
We all got a good laugh.
I packed 2 dance dresses, two pair of skating pants, 1 pair of capris, two jackets and (for some unknown repacking at the last minute reason) one shirt. When I was at the rink today, someone told me, "That's the nicest skating shirt I've seen in a long time."
I said, "Lucky for you, you'll see it everyday."
I was doing a forward outside 8 on patch. I was on a good line, and thought I could do it better. Spontaneously my skating foot, made a correction with an ankle lean, a push down with my outside toes, and a slight shift of the shoulder. Mentally I could hear a 'ehh-heh' noise you make when describing the sound of a squeaky shoe.
Somehow, I fell, just as I could feel my toepick and my heel pressure at the same time. Is that even possible?
One of the group coaches looked at me skating in the circle. "Good," he said and went on to fuss at the other people. Making progress!!