When S and I walked into dance class, S was like, No seriously what time did she start? We entered at exactly 8 PM and they were already at the END of Chronomatic. They were dancing to the not-Rod-Stewart song, a slower version of the dance, so we weren't as disappointed as we'd be if she had played the Rod Stewart song, but still, we'd missed the pre-class-dancing, or as Jean calls it, on time dancing for people who arrive early.
To make up for it--or just because she's Jean--she immediately put on Brazil. Yeay! Our favorite dance! And everyone else's not favorite because it makes them out of breath. This is how we make friends. Jean did a quick lesson and then we were off! It was so much fun, just like the old times! Until Jean decided after four years of dancing the same dance over and over that the dance had a tag that we never ever learned. Um, okay then. Actually, I think Jean messed up and then just called it a tag. In any case, we fell back in step to finish the dance. Until Jean just shut off the music and was like, So you don't get tired. I asked S, Did she just stop the dance before the song was over? Just to be sure of what was happening. S was like, Um, yes, she so did that.
Jean blasted through dance after dance. She played Martini Time which prompted both S and I to ask, seriously where's Yolanda? Then Jean announced, I saw Linda yesterday. We asked each other at the same time, Is that a song title or is she having a conversation. It was, in fact, the name of a dance. Which we've done before. Which I've been calling the Blue Merry Go Round Dance. And it's not called that. It's called I Saw Linda Yesterday and it makes me happy.
Then we learned a new dance that, according to Jean, is half mambo, half samba, half Spanish, and half Italian. I'm not too sure about the actual components, but I do know enough about math to know that that's a total of two full dances, not one. Yet, we danced only one dance. I guess it has a lot of halves.
And then? It was fast forward dance every single dance you know non stop until we hit 9:30. And we actually did go to 9:30 instead of the usual 9:28. That's because it's all almost over. Maybe if Jean ever figures out how to set up a playlist, we can put it on repeat and never stop dancing.