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*c&p* Now we're considering ways to celebrate.

Maybe put the song that was playing during that dance on both your smart phones or like devices. Then when ever either of you play the song you make out right then and there. Or at the very least public tongue action where ever it happens to be....lol . ~smile~ it could be a fun tit for tat spontaneous game for yawl

What was the song?

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Sexus, we'll have to consider that idea. When I've tried even simple waltz steps, I dance like I have 2 left feet. Mr. Scandle is much like your husband, but it would be fun to learn how to dance together. Separately, I do okay with moving to the rhythm of the music and enjoy it.

Unfortunately, our date anniversary celebration didn't amount to much. My sister and her husband called to say they were in the area and would like to meet us for dinner. For various reasons it was a better choice to see them that night.

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~smile~ So what did you do to celebrate ?

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Scandle, congrats. What about dance lessons? Salsa, ballroom, etc? Would be afun way to recreate.

Mr and I, since we're in TX now, are planning to learn two step. Mr. has no dance rhythm. I tell him his sexual rhythm is wonderful, but it's just not translating to a sawdust floor and boots.

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I posted this earlier today in the Open Forum Happy Thought thread, then realized I might get responses from the more "seasoned" crowd if I post it here. My apologies if this is a repeat for any of you!

This Saturday, Mr. Scandle and I will be celebrating the 39th anniversary of our first date (I know, we're old as sin but we've got a great history together). It was at our high school homecoming dance, complete with making out on the dance floor - I was so attracted to this really cute, fun, and smart guy that I got carried away.

Now we're considering ways to celebrate. There are probably several homecoming dances taking place at high schools around the area, but recreating the date just doesn't appeal. ;-P We've come so far, after all. Any suggestions?

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmm i always did like stripes

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Thanks, tiggr! That's my goal. ;^D

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scandle it also keeps your long legs looking awesome :0

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ff, the route I take includes a fairly steep lake bluff, 1/10 mile long, that I can still ascend without needing to walk the bicycle up. That's the hardest part, and the rest has pretty gradual inclines. There is a very nice paved bike trail not too far away that links the small towns in my area down to Milwaukee and beyond, if I were so ambitious!

Running errands this way makes me feel rather virtuous (by saving gas) and gets me going on a decent workout. The round trip normally takes an hour.

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~smile~ I always get a kick out of the kids taking us out to dinner or lunch and paying for it. I must admit sometimes I feel a little guilty. Why I haven't a clue they can afford it. It's just cute how they insist. I have to leave the tip tho, that part they let us do :).... 8.5 miles damn that's alot. Flat or hilly area?

And Yes Having,,, your grandson should get that " cool dude smirk amongst his buddies" when you pick him up from school for sure....rock on with your bad pappa self...lol

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