This is another edition of Friday Dance Party on Acorns On Glen. It’s the time where we give thanks for making it through another week and for being alive and present here on Earth. How do we celebrate another week of living? We dance. So, are you alive this Friday? Are you and your family safe and sound? Take a few seconds now to be in the moment and realize what a great life you truly have. Did you give thanks for that?
Good, now let’s dance.
We’re getting ready here on Glen Road for a big 4th of July party. 125 people are coming and we just keep inviting more people. It’s crazy. Everything is set for a good time. Plenty of food-the BBQ kind outside on the grill and the Italian kind inside the house. The pool is heated to a warm temperature. Since it is forecasted to be 90 degrees outside, it is important that the pool be kept at a constant 80 degrees, right? Speaking of the temperature, we have had a large tent put up in our back yard so anyone not wanting the sun beating down on them can sit under it. The tent itself could host a circus. At night, it has lights in it so the party can go on late into the night. Oh, and did I mention the booze? Needless to say, there are bottles everywhere. All the makings of a great 4th of July! Now all we need is the music. Music is always a tough one because at a party like we are having, you need to please people from 5 to 90 years old. However, this song will absolutely be played because it is one of our favorites this month. It’s Mumford & Sons ‘The Cave’. It’s one of those songs that is a cross between several genres of music. Great strings. The best part of it, we have absolutely no idea what the lyrics mean. Internet surfing says everything from a song about recovering from addiction, getting over depression to getting over a failed relationship. Sounds great for a party, right? Whatever it means, its our dance number for this week. So turn the speakers up and celebrate another week of living. Happy 4th of July and enjoy your dance. You deserve it. What are your plans for the 4th of July?