Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Dance like no one is watching

It was meant to be, although I didn't know it at the time. For the very next day, this was on my desk calendar -

and this came from Zelda -

So what did Mary and Zelda know that I didn't?

Last Thursday night Rick, Brian and I went to a Ceili! Brian's fiddle teacher and his group, Roughly Hewn, were playing for it and Brian really wanted to go, so after Brian's violin lesson we killed some time, ate supper, and went. The Ceili was a benefit for a local private school, so the majority of the crowd (well over 100) packed in the little grange hall were kids of various ages. There was lots of noise and chaos and very few who knew what they were doing, so we fit right in when "we" (Brian and I dragged Rick in just short of kicking and screaming) decided to try our feet at hopping and skipping around. It was a hoot and a half, and a good work-out to boot!

Sorry, Zelda; I don't think I was born to dance OR look good in the outfit, but this old dog doesn't mind trying to learn some new tricks!

That's it for now from . . .

4 comments:

Kim said...

what fun!

Heather said...

Sounds like heaps of fun. Good for Brian for convincing you to go.

sheepsclothing said...

very cool :)

A :-) said...

One should always dance like no one is watching . . .