Excellent. It sounds like you have all the tools you need to make it work. To this day (and probably as long as I can even think about dancing) I take inspiration from any number of sources. Sometimes I'll see someone do something and I'll remember, oh, I haven't done that for a long time. Maybe I'll try it again next time I dance. Sometimes I'll be listening to a piece of music, and, since I'm at rest, some movement will just come into my head. Sometimes, I'll just move in an unsual way emptying the dryer, or moving away from the sink, and I'll think, "Hey, they might work". A few weeks ago one of our local dancers, who helped one of my teachers teach his class, and whom I always look for to point out as an example of a very good dancer, just happened to be in my line of sight when there was this little, rapid "dut dut dut dut" thing in the music, and she tapped her toe to each beat while taking a step. It was very cool. Here in Portland I've been able to go to several classes specifically devoted to musicality, and although I haven't had a class in embellishments for followers, I'm sure they've been taught. Unfortunatley, not everyone has the same opportunities. On the other hand, WCS instrution here seems to be really short on musicality. (But in fairness to the teachers here, there are MANY WCS instructors in town who may be covering it, and I learned nearly a decade ago. I only know what I see where I dance.) Meanwhile, really, I think you will be able to figure it out yourself.