How Can I Keep From Square Dancing?

I must positively and ultimately attest that the answer to this question is not a mere, but yet meager one–that there is absolutely no way, without an even the slightest doubt or lack of explanation that nothing in this world can ever keep me from the joy of square dancing.

Once I step onto the dance floor, it is pure euphoria. A ginourmously catalystic explosion of excitement and happiness embraces my mind and heart to a whole new level that is beyond the realm of imagination. Like when a person experiences a first kiss of true love or holds their newborn in their arms for the first time. Couple this euphoria with the square dance calling of any of the great artists like Jack Pladdys, Mark Patterson, Tony Oxendine, Tom Davis, Jason Raleigh, Ken Roberts, Wes Dyer, Homer Magnet, Pam Courts, Christy Williams, Bob Jones, Ray Beavers…oh my, the listing of the ultimate callers is endless, a person can get lost in the paradise that square dancing electrifies throughout the Miami Valley Dance Council and beyond! Even to the point of arousing the thought again, “How can I keep from square dancing?”

4 thoughts on “How Can I Keep From Square Dancing?”

  1. At the risk of being your “blog hog”…this is so true! You hit the nail on the head…such a joy to be out there with friends, callers, music! I keep telling my club I just can’t ever really believe I am out there, flying around the square, feeling right then so thankful for the classes and encouragement from every person danced with! I remember how it felt to just start learning, then to keep learning, to get to know so many friendly people. It is a wonderful world, Square Dancing… Your kindred spirit friend, Suzanne (are CLOGGERS bloggers?! Ha!)

    1. Clogger bloggers🤣🤣
      It is such a joy! I have been truly blessed to meet you and so many other awesome peeps in the Dayton Dancing Scence! I especially love to “polka” around the outside the squares!!

  2. “Polka!” It has a name! I always love seeing you and a few others do that “wild and crazy fun thing” around the floor! You get to say, “See you around the square!” Suzanne

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