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   Posted 12/5/2009 10:03 AM (GMT -6)   
Yes I went out tonight and we partied on and it was wonderful. yeah Now I may not be able to walk tomorrow but I had a wonderful time tonight at a Ball to celebrate 150 years since our state came into being. Food friends and dancing.
it was worth it all just to see my husband so happy he loves to dance [the old time stuff] and we danced together for hours and he never stepped on my toes once. And I had to dance in my bare feet because my shoes may of been great to walk around in the just did not cut it on the dance floor.
Now we have another one on the 22 Jan and we can not wait for it. Once upon a time we did this every weekend then the kids came along thhen I got sick. Now we are going to get our lives back and do things we love to do. Enjoy having the freedom to do this then have a big sleep in tomorrow. turn just had too share how wonderful tonight was.

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   Posted 12/5/2009 10:10 AM (GMT -6)   

Kathy, I'm so happy for you.  I love hearing reports like this.  It is wonderful to continue on doing the things you love the most.  Sure, you'll probably be tired and sore tomorrow but it was well worth the memories!  Have a blast in January!


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   Posted 12/5/2009 11:49 AM (GMT -6)   
Kathy, I'm glad you had a wonderful time! Dancing is so much fun. I'm sure you and your hubby are looking forward to dancing the night away in January. I might turn on some
music and make my hubby dance with me. You make me feel like dancing.
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   Posted 12/5/2009 1:47 PM (GMT -6)   
I'm so glad you were able to go out and that you had a great time!! So what if you are sore the next day, some things are just worth it. I do not believe we should let fibro rule our lives. We may be limited in some things, but we still need to be able to do the things we enjoy, as long as we can somewhat tolerate them! Your evening sounds heavenly, my dh doesn't dance at all. I'd love to take ballroom dancing lessons, but it is not to be, sigh.
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   Posted 12/5/2009 2:36 PM (GMT -6)   
Okay, Kathy has her groove back. smilewinkgrin My DH and I only slow dance, not into the new dances, and haven't danced since the last wedding we went to and I can't remember who that was.
I held and played with my almost 8 mo. old great grandson yesterday knowing I was going to pay for it but he is growing up so fast I refuse to give up holding him. It won't be long I won't be able to catch him to hold him.
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   Posted 12/5/2009 11:40 PM (GMT -6)   
How exciting Kathy! I am so so happy for you. I love to dance, too. I like dancing at clubs. I don't get to do it much cuz my family doesn't like to go.

I agree with you. You might be sore the next day, but it is worth it sometimes to do the things we love.


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   Posted 12/6/2009 12:31 AM (GMT -6)   
I misread your post and thought you were celebrating turning 150. The scary part was that I thought how wonderful it was that someone that old could still dance. Yeah, because lots of people turn 150, LOL.

I started my day trying to brush my teeth with bathtub caulk so I guess thinking you turned 150 isn't so bad after all.
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