After eleven years living, dancing, teaching tango, and writing in Buenos Aires, I came home to L.A. in 2014, where I'm reconstructing my life.

Thursday, March 05, 2009

A Bat in "Caseron de Tejas"

Last night Ruben was singing, and a small bat was the audience.

The bat isn't in the video; my Survivorman got him out before the cat had a heart attack!


Elizabeth said...

OOOH, this was so nice to enjoy with my first cup of coffee this morning...makes me miss you both so much! Lovely. Thanks Cherie and Ruben.
(but where's the bat???)

Sarah said...

That's really lovely. :)

Sally said...

Oh that is so great Cherie!
I love it when he smiles... and the crescendo at the end. Fabulous.

Made me smile a warm smile too.

Arlene said...

That was really sweet. Thanks for posting this. :-)

Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight:

He dances like a dream.
He cooks.
He sings divinely.
He likes to travel.
He's absolutely adorable.
He has dimples.

You win!

tangocherie said...

Thanks, ladies, for your nice comments!

Johanna, all those points of yours are correct (except maybe for the liking to travel one). But do you think I'm going to write a long post detailing his faults?? Well let's not say "faults" but just "difficult areas." And I would also hope he wouldn't tell people about mine! :)

I do have to add that another of Ruben's strong points is his patience; he has a ton, like most Argentines, and he needs it with me!

Anonymous said...

No need to list any faults, Cherie. I am familiar with the males of the species :-)