Not only is it Monday and the start of a new work week, but it is also Labor Day and the start of a new month. Time to kick up the sand on the beach one last time before life gets back to the normal grind of work and school. So kick off those flip-flops and start the day off right dancing on the beach.
I planned this post in May and was hoping to be dancing on the beach this morning, or sometime today, with a new man in my life – but alas, that was not meant to be.
Just in case you need an extra boost to get you through to 5 p.m. tomorrow, here is K.C. and the Sunshine Band.
It was 21 years ago today, I video taped Joe’s brother, sister and their children dancing to this song at our wedding reception. After watching my new in-laws dance, I can say Joe and his family are related to Elvis. 😉
Well it’s Monday again and time to shake off the “weekend flu” by putting on your dancing shoes.
I noticed while perusing YouTube this song was used by the BeeGees as the closing number for their concerts. What a great idea to leave with their audience – “You Should Be Dancing.”
So it is only fitting I use it, as today brings closure to a certain area of my life. Now don’t get excited, it is not the “romance” part of my life that has changed. I am still a dateless widow, a dancing dateless widow.
Be sure to warm up properly as I do not want you to throw-out your back or hips while you gyrate to this pulsating, hard-driving beat.
Enjoy and may you experience a week of unlimited joy!
Today’s “Movin’ and Groovin’ session features a snappy tune by Steve Winwood. So get your air-sax ready, or maybe you prefer to do some clapping. Either way, get up out of your chair and get your groove on for this week.
Remember, sometimes in grief and job search you have to “Roll With It Baby.”
Wahoo! We made it through 10 weekends of quotes inspired by chapter headings from “Love one another, 20 practical lessons” by Don McMinn. I hope you have enjoyed the journey along with me. However I am anxious to dive into something new for “Weekend Wisdom.”
The final Bible verse is Hebrews 10:20
Spur one another on toward love and good deeds.
Applause is the spur of noble minds, the end and aim of weak ones.
Each one of us requires the spur of insecurity to force us to do our best.
Harold W. Dodds
I had trouble inserting more quotes, so I will end this series with these two.