Our recent discovery is the joy of ballroom dancing.
are utterly delighted to find ourselves floating over the dance
picture below was taken June 27, 2006 - the day of Our 25th Wedding
are Intermediate (Silver) social dancers, exclusively thanks to Curt
(above dancing with Regina) and Wendy (dancing with me) Johnson
http://www.curtnwendy.com whose patience never seems to wane. They
are the best dance teachers we could have hoped for. We
actually do dance properly and we also like to play dress-up....
maybe we will post some pix of us dressed to the nines doing the
Waltz or Regina in a bobby-soxer outfit doing the
Jitterbug/East Coast Swing. We recommend ballroom dancing to all;
it's hard to stay mad at your wife, when you have her in your arms
and you are doing the Rumba. If you are like me, you'll end up
grinning like a lovelorn teenager.
New Year's Eve 2003 in
Atlanta was a hoot. We danced to the Big Band sounds of The
Sentimental Journey Orchestra http://www.thesjo.com/ on one of the
dance floors of the CBS Building.
2004, New Year's Eve found us with old friends at Concordia
again. It was a delight, as usually - more details as more pictures
We can tell
you this much: George Winter and his Septet was in rare form... way
to go George!
joined The Vikings Dance Chapter of the Birmingham Fraternal
Council, last year. I am working on the Web site... it may take a
while to finish it, but here is the start:
That's us, in full spledor as
Andrew "The Antagonist" Rózsa and his Lady Regina at the 2005
Vikings Lead-Out at The Birmingham Fraternal Council