Bright boy

The other day, I posted my favorite Bee Gee’s song, Nights on Broadway.  I played it for my son and he, bless his heart, liked it so much he put it on his iTouch.  “That’s a great song.”  That’s my boy.

I have to say, listening to these old dance songs, I really miss dancing.  Mr. Bookworm does not enjoy dancing, so that’s a part of my life that’s pretty much ended — except when I’m bopping around my office listening to music on my computer.

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  • Gringo

    Was it not Snoopy who said , “To dance is to live, to live is to dance?”

  • Quisp

    I feel your pain. Not only does Quake not dance, he’s deaf in one ear (a souvenir from his military service) so he’s not at his best in any situation with a lot of background noise – bars with bands or parties, for example. The things we do (or don’t do) for love *sigh*.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com/ Ymarsakar

    You could always lead instead ; )

  • SADIE

    Ahhh…my heart aches for you.

    Once upon a time I was married to a non-dancer. To offset my loss, I enrolled in dance classes. I was quite a site at one time, pregnant and Flamenco dancing – but I felt great inside.

  • http://maroonedinmarin.blogspot.com/ maroonedinmarin

    I always loved the synth bass line on that song, which really made it move. The “syntax error” that passes for music today has noting rhythm wise or anything like that song or a number of others which make you want to get up and dance. Today’s “music” is just hypnotic trance music.