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February 14, 2011

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Willow

And to you TWO, Happy Valentine's Day :)

MG

Happy Valentine's Day! How did your husband learn to dance? I really want to learn and have no idea where to start. :-)

Carolg

Whoops!
The bride forgot her wedding dress...hmmm
I am now going to look for the Kitchen Timer!
Merci Buckets!!

Healthy Librarian

Thanks Willow & MG!

Oh, Carolg you are too funny. I had to take a second look at the picture to see what you were talking about. Didn't realize I had shot just the shoulders--and with a strapless dress--you're right--that's what it looks like. Maybe I'll replace that photo. Better get that timer--don't want to be counting in your head while you're kissing!

MG--we took group lessons at the local high school--you know, the Community Education sort of thing. Low-cost, and none of that contract stuff. We're total amateurs--but it's so much more fun to get out on the dance floor than sit at a table.

A friend of mine takes her step-counter when she dances, and it's something like 16,000 steps in one evening!

Wendy (Healthy Girl's Kitchen)

Debby-this post was absolutely beautiful (as I sit here crying!). Thank you.

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