When are You at Your Best?

21 Oct

When are you at you best?

Some people thrive on hard work, and seem at their best under stress. Is this because they remember how proud they’ve been when, despite all odds, they’ve come through with flying colours?

Or, is it perhaps due to losing themselves in the task at hand brings out their greatest strengths?

Whatever the answer, that isn’t exactly me.

I love to be happy, and happiness brings out my best.

Many things make me happy: success, a compliment, a carefree day out, beauty, love. But nothing makes me happier than dancing, especially with my husband Ron.

I especially love to dance to the music of the 1960’s to 1980’s. You’ll never find me sitting out such rhythmical, elevating gems as ‘Love is in the Air’, ‘Viva Las Vegas’, ‘Pretty Woman’ and ‘La Bomba’. They make me feel young and alive!

Such is the power, the magic, of music!

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3 Responses to “When are You at Your Best?”

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    • Margaret Lynette Sharp November 2, 2011 at 11:50 pm #

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  2. Wynajem Busow Gdansk November 12, 2011 at 1:52 am #

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