Dancing Therapy

B2013 Dancing 20013 08 R&F AwardDance Class last night reminded me of this photograph taken on the day we made it back after an absence of the 5 months needed for my ankle to heal. We were given Glad to be back Awards. I managed to do away with the lacing trainers yesterday, the theory being that a bit of a twinge is good for strengthening the ligaments. However, it is going to be a while till I can try out my sparkly shoes. One of the side affects of our class is that we laugh a lot. In fact, yesterday some of us were on the way to the naughty step. It is amazing how hard it is to get new steps into your head. Think Play School rather than Strictly.

Today’s main activity was Online Evening Prayer, organised by St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow. It is amazing how soothing it is to meet with a group of people in cyberspace. It was streamed live on youtube so anyone could watch.

Interestingly, there are lots of things I could share with you, but I am conscious of the need to avoid nattering on needlessly. Aha! you say, but that is what a blog is about……….  a natter between individuals in the online world.  Never mind, I can save things for another day, after all I have the three-week-challenge to see through. For now, I am off to trawl the web to see what other online blogger-friends are up to.




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6 Responses to Dancing Therapy

  1. Tabor says:

    Nattering….thats what we do best , methinks. I love to natter away, and do not even need an audience. You do look sweet in that photo with your award!

  2. Lydia says:

    I respect your body for taking the proper amount of time to heal so that you can go to dance class! You both look wonderfully happy and I feel happier for having seen the picture and read a bit of nattering. To natter is to matter!!!

  3. ernestine says:

    So good to see your comment.
    I am still healing from a terrible fall 7 weeks ago.
    Balance off and walking with a cane.
    Oh, how I have such wonderful memories of dancing.
    It is missed..
    Me thinks
    that even without a partner
    I will dance in the floor 🙂

  4. freda says:

    Your comments really cheer me on. Thank you. We are very fortunate to have this 3-year old Community Centre within easy walking distance. It is very well used by all sorts of groups and people can hire it for weddings, birthdays and other functions.

  5. Nattering is what keeps us going. My neighbor told me the same thing today about potted geraniums she tells me every time I see her. Dianne

  6. LC says:

    Nattering it may be, but your brief chronicles certainly bring a sense of the vibrant times ahead for me if I just follow your example and keep going.

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