In-your-face stuff from an opinionated
rural north Idaho housewife.
How marvelous to watch these "youngsters". Dancing will keep you young thanks for sharing.
when I learned to do that 60 years, or so, ago that was called Jitterbug. Haven't done it in 50 years and don't plan on doing it again so I hope my wife doesn't see this.. ---ken
How lovely! Imagine what bringing back this sort of dance could do for a generation of young people who've grown up with their noses buried in their phones.
The only contestants in the over 65 group?
So fun! I feel sad that people don't dance like that anymore. I haven't the foggiest idea how to do that. I did indeed smile the whole way through. :)
Amazing! - lol
That is awesome!
Oh my gosh, does that bring back fabulous memories!! I bet I could still do that, if I could breathe after the first 2 steps!
Sending this to all that I know, it just goes to show, you are never too old.
I used to do this (was NEVER this good), but a couple of old college boy friends could lead. Square Danced in college too. (That was fun - the caller told you what to do next and if you got "lost" the other couples could "pull" you through the dance.) Wonderful memories. Natokadn
I Wonder how long the hospital stay was post-performance!
Thanks for sharing. I loved every second. They were great!
loved watching this! it definitely made me smile and try to do some of the moves in my seat. I am from the younger generation, but still love this kind of dancing over any of the garbage dance stuff now a days. I used to go country line-dancing with my friend when I was in college going to massage school in Salt Lake. I wish they would bring this kind of dancing back! Good Times !!! I wasn't as good as these 2 people however!In fact, I was trying to teach my 8 year old daughter how to do some of these country swing moves, at a wedding reception back in February, boy did it wear me out!! Shalaee/ Idaho