“. . . when you get the choice to sit it out or dance | I hope you dance . . .”From “I Hope You Dance,” written by Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sillers, performed by Lee Ann Womack
Some neighbourhood kids came up with a fun activity. They posted two scarecrows on their lawn with a sign:
“You must dance within the guards (scarecrows) or you will be TICKLED by the guards. If you can’t think of a dance, do the chicken dance. From someone. Ha ha ha ha ha!”
My son and his girlfriend stopped during their walk and danced.
My husband and I danced.
I have to admit that I didn’t dance every time I passed the sign. I go by it every day on my walk, twice.
But I did dance, at least some of the time.
It felt great.