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Quarantine madness.
Let's dance!!!

by Frances Giles

OK, I'm tapping my right foot. On the downbeat start your move. ..twitch, bob, shrug, snap your fingers, wiggle, wobble, turn, shake, shimmy, sashay, stroll, shuffle, sway, soft shoe then sssssssllllliiiiiide, strut, swing, dip, jerk, jive, twist, gyrate, two step to the beer box, fox trot to the snacks, whirl back onto the floor and conga!! samba, mambo, shake it, shake it, you can't break it!!! time step, tippy tap, hoof your way to the stars!!! Shake, shake, shake Senora, shake your body down...


If this isn't enough to clear the webs from your angst ridden brainicles then simply follow the directions found in my most favorite quotation of all time:

"When in trouble,
When in doubt,
Run in circles.
Scream and shout."

Feeling better now?
You're welcome.


Love, best wishes, regards, etc.
Your virtual (and tres faux) choreographer,
Fran/Frances




Frances Giles
"True Confessions and Mild Obsessions" June 1, 2020 Column

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