I hesitated over looking for another dance partner after Mr. Rumba. It was becoming a daunting task, but should it feel like a task at all? If the match is meant to be, then the moves should flow effortlessly. The pressure to keep up my appearance as a youthful and sought- after dance partner made me feel anxious.. Men are so damn visual! But then again so are women. I wanted someone tall and fit and good looking too.
The next profile that caught my eye delivered just what it promised. It read:
Something out of the ordinary: 52 year old man, 6ft 6in. divorced with one son, looking to find someone to do things with. Owned my own business, performed around the world…I don’t have a lot of free time. He winked at me so I responded.
“Thanks for the notice. What kind of performing do you do?”
“I played cello. It’s a large instrument and fit my frame. I have played around the globe with symphony orchestras. Now I have my business making these beautiful instruments in my studio.”
I was hooked! I admired artists in all disciplines.I called him Mr.Salsa because these dancers move to the beat of many instruments. He was a gentle giant with a soulful voice. Mr. Salsa was sexy and smooth at improvisation. This attitude made me respond in a similar manner.
Our first meeting was just that easy. We both felt a moment of “I know you from somewhere” Had we met before? That afternoon was one of delight and discovery.
To find out what happened with that afternoon of delight with Mr. Salsa…check her memoir “The Dance Card” Looking For Love After Divorce… available now on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Apple i-tunes, kindle
Visit her website for more dances with a variety of dancers: http://www.loveonthedancefloor.com
Her newest book soon to be released “The New Dance Card” Looking For Love Online continues this journey of searching for the right dance partner in love and life.