Sunday, February 8, 2009

One, Two, Cha Cha Cha!!!

Just in case you needed a refresher course! Stay tuned...Invitations are in the mail!

15 comments:

Cher said...

Well, I'm over forty, all right. Way over!

The Texas Woman

Frippery said...

That would be me as well. When I was in my early twenties I was hired as an instructor at Arthur Murray. I took all the training classes but the way they paid stunk so I never continued. Now I have hubs almost talked into dance lessons. I told him it's good exercise.

ALVN of WhisperWood Cottage said...

Uuuuuh, did you say "over" 40? Not there...yet! Giggle! Giggle!

THE VERANDA said...

I'm sitting by the mailbox waiting for my invite! And I got my dancing shoes on!!

David said...

Will there be a waltz?

Moonlight Hollow Musings said...

Oh...that looks like Lurch and me dancing...yeah, right! Does my date have to be over 40? Dang!

Malisa

The Junkin' Yaya said...

Well...I am for sure over "40"...in fact---fixin' to turn "52" on Wednesday and dang proud of every day of it!!! YEAH...besides it sure beats the alternative! :)

xo...deb

Cottage Rose said...

OH how I would love to be able to dance like that.... sigh... but I don't think it will ever happen. oh well, I can watch Dancing With the Stars... Love that show, I live through them. lol

hugs
Alaura

time-worn interiors said...

Don't send me one, cause I don't think I'm over 40 yet! Hah! Hah! And where is it gona be?
Theresa

Olive Rue said...

Well I'm not there yet, but close! :-( You know what they say...40 is the new 30 and so on.

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

I'm in, Deb, no problem with the age thing here!

Lisa B. said...

Oh my! Times growing short...I need to get in for a dancing tune-up!

thedomesticfringe said...

I need more than a refresher course...much, MUCH MORE!

-FringeGirl

sparkled*life said...

If good dancers stay young then I should be about 15 with as much dancing I do while cleaning house and in the shower LOL!

Blessings!

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

My very own mother took classes at Arthur Murray in Dallas. I took disco lessons at Mrs. Sexton's. Seriously. ~Mindy