Laugh, Dance, Feel Good

Posted by: Jeanette |

February 10, 2011 |

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Here are two delightful YouTube videos to help bring out your inner playful child. They include laughter and dancing…two of my favorite things. Enjoy and release those “feel good” endorphins! πŸ˜€

Watch this first one (Girl Dancing to Her Own Beat) all the way to the end to receive the full effect. It’s so much fun!

Did you smile? Did you laugh? Did you let yourself enjoy the moment?Β  πŸ˜›

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4 Responses to “Laugh, Dance, Feel Good”

  1. Bobette says:

    Jeanette-You know I am new at this computer thing with my iPad. I am most anxious to get your Balance program, but don’t seem able to get it. Can you help? Happy Valentine’s Day. Bobette.

  2. Lorri says:

    Jeanette, the baby with the dog is 2 cute!!I have seen the other one also. I was watching the dog and baby one when Riley, our dog came into the room wagging his tail. I am sure it is that he heard the child and wanted 2 come C what was going on!!! Yes, out of the mouth of babes. I have some onforgetable stories of children from my preschool teaching days even Nanny days 2! C U soon!!β™₯ Lorri

    • Jeanette says:

      Hi Lorri,
      I guess Riley wanted to get in on the action! What a joy our pets can be…babies too! I love that story that you told me in class today about your little preschool student, Coventry. (named after the city in England, right Lorri?) I’ll share it here for others to enjoy:

      One day in class, Lorri asked little Coventry if she could count. So Coventry started counting 1-2-3, up to number 10. Then Lorri asked her if she could count any higher than 10. Conventry responded with an air of obvious confidence and a look that said, “Well yeah, duh!” To demonstrate her obvious skills and talent, she counted from one to ten again, this time while lifting her arm up high and pointing her index finger up to the ceiling! πŸ™‚

      Thanks for the upliftment, Lorri. Moments like that are precious in life. (hopefully I remembered the story well enough.)

β€œA man ninety years old was asked to what he attributed his longevity. I reckon, he said, with a twinkle in his eye, it’s because most nights I went to bed and slept when I should have sat up and worried.” ~ Dorthea Kent

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