Mr. Ballet… Romantic Dancer

My new dance partner; Mr. Ballet- my frenchman.The word ballet comes from the French with origins in Italian and Latin, meaning” to dance.” It is a dance for performance that has become highly technical; requiring training and ongoing practice.

The flight was over. Would I ever see him again? I really wanted to continue with this man. But with a polite “Pleasure to meet you,” and ” I hope you have a great time in the city.” Mr. Ballet slipped from his seat exiting the plane.

I was hoping he might venture to ask for my contact information. Was it too bold of me to ask him? I wanted to dance the ballet with this Frenchman, so I scribbled my name and number on a chewing gum wrapper. I handed it to him and profusely thanked him for being so kind to me.

He politely accepted it with a grand smile and said ” Merci, ma cherie. I shall call you.” Oh the sensation…I felt like a teenager meeting my first date at a recreation center, holding a dance card. I was alive, literally and figuratively. On the ground but flying high once again.

To see how Annie and Mr. Ballet continue their moves on and off the dance floor of love be sure to look for

THE NEW DANCE CARD  Looking For Love Online  Ann’s new book soon to be released

THE DANCE CARD, Looking For Love After Divorce is available NOW on Amazon. com, Barnes & Noble, Apple iTunes, Kindle and Nook

Ann chronicles her 8 years of looking for love after the end of her long term marriage giving hope and inspiration to others in midlife there can be love  after a challenging time in one’s life.

http://www.loveonthedancefloor.com

Ann Reichardt is  a retired registered nurse and educator, author, artist and athlete. She resides in Scottsdale Arizona

Contact: anniereichardt@gmail.com

 

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