Dancing in Honduras

Have you enjoyed the posts on Honduras?  I hope so.  It really was a phenomenal trip.  So indulge while I share one more post on the experience…

Friday I shared photos from the after school programs’ end of the year party.  Specifically, I shared photos from the cotton candy that was consumed at the end of the celebration.

Well, today I thought I would share another element of the event: the shows.  As I mentioned in an earlier post, the show consisted of dances and skits.  And here is where I am going to give some tough love:  the dances were kind of awful.  That being said, they were also kind of great.  Not because of the skill/style, but because of how much they entertained kids who rarely had the opportunity to sit back and watch a show.

I took the opportunity to turn the camera on the audience and thought I would share their reactions:


And now, for your viewing pleasure, a peek at the dances (and a little bit of celebrating as well!):


P.S. Did you know that there’s a NorthOnHarper YouTube channel?  Well, There is!


  1. these pictures are amazing – it looks like you had a GREAT time! So happy for you <3

  2. So glad you had a great time Alexis! Love these pics of the kids, especially the little boy who’s giving that knowing smile, like “yeah, I know they’re really bad, but oh well.”

    xo Mary Jo

  3. Happymother says:

    I love these pictures. The kids are so cute. I can imagine that you had a great time.

  4. These pictures are just magical. It looks like a great time!

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  5. Gorgeous pictures, Alexis. The looks on all the children faces are just so precious.

  6. oh the dancing! lol

  7. Great pictures. The kids are so cute. I especially love the shot of the little girl with her cotton candy. So sweet! Thanks for sharing!

  8. such beautiful pictures! the children are beautiful!

  9. Fantastic pictures…. every one tells a tale.

  10. in your last picture of that little girl, do you know what’s in the plastic bag? i remember it’s a treat i used to have a kid and that it was good, but i can’t for the life of me remember what it actually was!

    and in the video, there’s that part of the girls in the white dresses – and i used to have some when i was growing up! i could probably still fit in the last one we bought – i haven’t grown much if any since middle school. i don’t know where the dress is or i would totally try it on to see if it still fits!

  11. Amazing.
    Shasie of Live Life in Style

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