...this weekend I'm dancing around the house alone. Why? My hubby has been in Florida since Wednesday for leisure. Well..not really leisure. He is studying for his Boards, which I think is in February. His family has a house out in the woods (in the middle of nowhere). He's been staying there to study--isolated from the world without any cellphone signal.
Being somewhat of a loner at heart, I was doing fine but now I'm really missing him. He'll be driving back tomorrow so I'm looking forward to seeing him.
As I mentioned in this post title, last Saturday I danced with and for my husband. Well, I also sang for him too. I will go ahead and mention that I'm a horrible horrible singer. My husband is actually an awesome singer (and I'm not just saying this just because I'm his wife--he's recorded and other people also agree).
So anyway, he knows I'm terrible (although he won't admit it) and I know I'm horrible at singing but he still loves when I sing to him. He usually says "honey you sound like an angel" (of course this is while he's doubled over cracking up). So singing is not one of my talents but dancing...well, that's another story.
So last Saturday I plugged in my i-phone, clicked on the Pandora radio app (which I'm so loving since we got rid of our cable), and started dancing around the house as I clean. This is not unusual for me as you may remember from reading previous posts. As my husband walks by me (while trying to do his chores, etc) I'll start dancing with and for him. Of course I continue dancing even when I'm done cleaning or even if the music stops for some reason. I know, I'm a nut. At the end I dance with him and when he becomes tired I dance for him. We have a ball.
This is usually our Saturday routine when we are both home. I guess that's another way we keep it interesting ;)
I think we are both off this upcoming Saturday so I'm looking forward to not dancing around the house alone next week. Although I love dancing period and I don't mind doing it alone, it's just so much more fun when my hubby is there and I can see him smiling and laughing at my antics.