Monday, January 31, 2011


Y'all, between the sickness and the snow and the borrowed sorrow I've been immersed in, I think we all need some DANCIN'!!!

This is our usual Dance-Around-the-Dining-Table tune---don't bother with the words. Just get some shakin' goin' on.

And this is my usual partner---she'll keep you stepping lively, any day of the week.

Don't forget your tutu, your flannel headband, and your frog-apron. And a big old red sequined hat only adds to the charm.



Cape Coop said...

I danced a little!

Southern Lady said...

I'm glad to see you feel like dancing. She's so adorable ... Don't you wish you had her energy!

Tonja said...

Hang on! I'm going to get my dancing shoes! And, my tutu! You've not seen anything like me in a tutu!

Beverly said...

Ah, how blessed you are to have such a wonderful dance partner. I'll be dancing with you in my heart.♥

Kat said...

Where is my tutu? Hmmmmm???

I'd love to come dance with you.


Keetha said...

Don't we all need to stop and do that ever so often? Thanks for the invite to dance.

Jeanne said...

Hi Rachel, I am smiling BIG at your darling Sweetpea dancing in her tutu. You need to have some fun and this is the sure way to have something to be happy about. Adorable.

Thank you for the sweet comment about me and my family. You are a dear blogging friend and you always make my day when you visit.

My cousin Bob left yesterday to visit another cousin. I am loving this time on my computer so much.

I left you a comment on your wonderful story today. I finally finished reading it today. I loved every word.

Keep on dancin'
Hugs, Jeanne

Kim Shook said...

Oh, yes! Turn it up, y'all. I'm sitting here behind my desk and all these poor sick folk don't know that my toes are TAPPING!

Chesapeake said...

So glad you are feeling like dancing! Now stay warm and dry through this next storm!

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

Sweetpea sure looks like she is having a ball. Enjoy her, before you know it she will be grown. You also dance ...I love the song I hope you dance...I always tell my grands to listen to it and take it to heart.