You’ve heard the expression, it takes two to tango.  You both either share in the game or the shame.  That’s just the name of the game we call the ‘Love of the Dance.’ 

Two imperfect souls learning to fly over the peaks and valleys of this so-called life between the snapchats and selfies; the Twitter hashtags and Facebook tagging and status updates.  

The main thing is you dance like you mean it-“kick off those Sunday shoes,” skirt, and blouse, and “footloose” across this dance room  floor.  With passion and as though your body was lit on fire. 

“I see this life like a swinging vine, swing my heart across that line…lately I’ve been losing sleep, dreaming about the things we could be…”-(OneRepublic)

Do you’ve “got the moves like you don’t give a crap…just shoot for the stars” as if you own the sky. 

So strip off all your clothes, get in the groove and let the music take control.  Surrender to the rhythm of your bare-naked soul. 

©Mark Adam Publishing 2017
Ignite your passion.” 

References

Kenny Loggins. “Footloose.” 2007 from the album Footloose. 

OneRepublic. “Counting Stars.” 2013 from the album Native

Maroon 5. “Moves like Jagger.” 2011 from the album Hands all Over. 

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As a proud graduate of California State University, Chico with an earned BA degree in International Relations, Master of Arts degree in Public Policy, and a past study abroad participant at the University of Tuebingen, education has always been up front and center in both our family and my professional career. My blogging project is an eclectic work in progress and intended to increase global awareness through selections and stories of my studies and travels. As future global citizens we can seek first to understand one another through word pictures and engage our collective creative intellects to change our community; one blog at a time.

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