VISIONS OF YOU

ONG: Visions by Cliff Richard

CHOREOGRAPHER: Jan Wyllie, Hervey Bay, Qld., Australia

Email:janwyllie@iinet.net.au   Web Site: http://www.members.iinet.net.au/~janwyllie/

DANCE:   36counts, 4 walls,  104 bpm, Easy Intermediate level,  6 count intro  RR June 2010

In loving memory of Jan Ianson - our friend and fellow line dance instructor who died from cancer at age 49.
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STEPS              PATTERN OF DANCE

                           Across Side Behind, Side Cross Rock Replace

1,2,3                       Step L over R, Step R to right, Step L behind R
4,5,6                       Step R to right, Cross/rock L over R, Rock back on R

                                
Side Cross Rock Replace, 1/4 Fwd Step Pivot 1/4

7,8,9                       Step L to left, Cross/rock R over L, Rock back on L
10,11,12                 Making 1/4  right step fwd on R, Step fwd on L, Pivot ¼ turn right transferring wt to R

                                 Across Side Behind, Side Cross Rock Replace
13,14,15                 Step L over R, Step R to right, Step L behind R
16,17,18                 Step R to right, Cross/rock L over R, Rock back on R

                                
                                
Side Cross Rock Replace, 1/4 Fwd Step Pivot 1/2

19,20,21                 Step L to left, Cross/rock R over L, Rock back on L
22,23,24                 Making ¼  right step fwd on R, Step fwd on L, Pivot ½ turn right  transferring wt to R

                                 Fwd Touch Hold, Back Touch Beside Touch To Side
25,26,27                 Step fwd on L,Touch R toe beside L, Hold
28,29,30                 Step back on R, Touch L toe beside R, Touch L toe to left side

                                 Across Side Rock Replace, Across Side Rock Replace
31,32,33                 Moving fwd Step L over R, Rock/step R to right, Rock/replace wt on L
34,35,36                 Moving fwd Step R over L, Rock/step L to left, Rock/replace wt on R

 

*The dance has been kept simple so that all of Jan's friends can dance it in her memory. 

 

It's hard to go and leave your teenage children behind knowing that you will not be there for their coming milestones.  Jan's daughter is 18 years  of age and Jan battled cancer for 11 years before succumbing. This means  that Lisa can't really remember her Mother when she was cancer free.  Lisa  says that every Christmas she can remember, she wondered if this  would be the last one she would have her Mother there with her.  What a sad childhood that  must have been for Lisa and her brothers.   

Let's not sweat the small stuff in our life. Get over it, get on with it, and  most of all enjoy what you have now….. it's good to have dreams but not  at the expense of the here and now. Make the most of what you have got!  Don't wait until tomorrow or sometime in the dim distant future to do the things that are important to you .......
 do them NOW and enjoy your life.

See you on the floor sometime…. Jan

Original sheet by

Jan Wylle