5.23.2014

Grooming Lessons

Can I please wear it?

     Yes--

(Your favorite
           shirt.)

     Wink--

     Girls
   like a bath
 before going out.

       --First

(Where did she go?)

     Splash--

        She went out
                 dancing.

For my own occasional music prompt to the Real Toads: So Much Mine

9 comments:

  1. Splash. We all know, Marian. She is going out. Besides the four-year-old we have a seventeen-year-old here. She always tells us when she wants to go out. She really doesn't go out with a boy but rather with her group.
    ..

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  2. I like the form you put this into, Marian, and I already said at Toads that I am stoked about your choice of Jonatha Brooke. This made me smile.

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  3. O, if she must go out, let it be dancing into old age. And meanwhile, let her dance into our clothes, into the bath water, into our hearts.

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  4. Yes, what Susan said. One must keep dancing!

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  5. Love it...I want to dance until my legs won't hold me up. :)

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  6. Something I miss so much...dancing. My husband loves to dance, and I can't do it any more, so when we're on the river cruises, and someone tries to get him up onto the dance floor I always encourage him to go.
    This summer I'm getting together with a group of friends with whom I used to put on dances on a semi-regular basis. We did it for several years, and I loved it. Getting dressed up was part of the fun.
    I love this poem, even if it breaks my heart. Well, that's a bit much. Hurts my heart, maybe. Not as much of the "pathetic" Kerry mentioned in her challenge on Wednesday. :)
    K

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  7. I always loved the shared excitement of my girls getting ready for a dance.

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  8. Dancing! What an incredible part of our youth, young adulthood .... and if we are very lucky, way into the great beyond! Love this, Marian.

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