We are pleased to report that our Dear Heart Keith has been seen by the specialist doctor who reports a operation upon our Dear Heart’s knee will correct the injury, thus making dancing possible once again. Does this encourage, dearest?
Yes, it does, though, at the same time I do not have the enthusiasm for dance I once had.
And why is that, dearest?
You have advised that we all have varying chapters within our lives. Ballroom dancing was one such chapter for me, I believe.
You enjoyed this chapter, dearest?
Yes, I thoroughly enjoyed this chapter. However, I find now that the ballroom dance bores me somewhat.
Would you engage in other forms of dance, dearest?
For a time I was interested in the Latin style of dance, but found that dancing by myself was not conducive to enjoyment.
By yourself, dearest?
Yes. Keith’s knee injury has made it impossible for him to do more dancing than once per week. In the past few weeks he hasn’t been able to dance at all.
We appreciate this, dearest. It has been quite an unfavourable situation for all. Yes?
Yes, this is the case. However, I am now unsure as to how often I will want to dance once Keith recovers from the upcoming surgery. I miss our dancing friends and the wonderful comradery with them. This, though, doesn’t nullify the lack of desire to dance.
It being a form of self-expression for you, dearest?
Yes, that is true. Dance has allowed me to express myself in ways hithertofore unknown. As I recently wrote in a comment to a fellow blogger: Dance was a great release for me when I was an introvert. I could, on the dance floor, forget my inhibitions and enjoy the music, the comradery and the intricacy that is dance.
Are you beginning to appreciate your lack of desire, dearest?
Yes, I believe I am. I no longer am that introvert. I no longer need the dance floor to express myself.
Many Blessings, Dearest
Many Blessings to All
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