Thursday, January 10, 2013

Dance like nobody's watching

Sometimes you just have to crank the music up and dance. Actually, let me amend that statement. Just like you never regret a swim, you never regret a dance. Well, I don't.

I've always been one of those people who dance like nobody's watching - mostly because, particularly these days, nobody is. Just me, my iPod and, if I'm lucky, Mr6*, who never watches, he just gets right on in there and shakes his tail feather.

My music of choice for such moments is pure pop. Katy Perry. Taio Cruz's Dynamite (which always makes me think of Katrina Chambers, who rocked it so hard during her season of The Block). One Direction.

What can I say? If you're going to leap around the living room, singing at the top of your lungs, your pride is pretty much shot anyway...

But I highly recommend it. It always makes me feel better. It will make you feel better, I promise.

Remember, baby, you're a firework**.

Do you dance at home when the feeling takes you? What's your song of choice?

*New Year, new ages: introducing Mr9 and Mr6.
**Sorry, couldn't resist.

9 comments:

  1. This made me smile when my crazy pregnancy hormones are going haywire today. I had a boogie with the bump yesterday, what was I listening to? Well... *ahem*... Kanye West's Gold digger and Flo Rida's Low! I clearly have no shame.

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  2. It has to be Bohemian Rhapsody with air piano, air guitar and Freddie microphone moves! Although at the moment 'All Right Now' by Free? is on the radio and you have to move with that one.

    Have fun!

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  3. So true!
    We're right into Harry Belafonte (ala Beetlejuice). The boys' favourite line: "When she wind up she bottom, she go like a rocket".

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  4. There's nothing like a good dance to clear away the cobwebs.....I'm all for it.
    Your post today inspired me to embrace my inner disco diva and I published a post of my own.....

    http://angelshaveredhair.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/thats-what-mums-are-for.html

    Hope you enjoy it :)

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  5. It is my "go to" treatment when the blues begin to creep in. Can recommend Twisted Sister and Run DMC xx

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  6. Absolutely. I'm a tragic. I even have a few dance playlists on my iPhone. From Prince, Madonna, to Latino like Gloria, Ricky and JLo. More modern stuff like Usher too. Love it!

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  7. Great timely post here! Just tonight after a lovely dinner my son said "we've had such a cheerful night, can we dance on the new deck".....alrighty then, so Gangman Style we did! And it was great, although my dancing is a little outdated according to my 12 year old daughter dancer! xo Michelle

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