So, is it like that elsewhere around the country? There are Electric Slides and a whole slew of line dancing/group dancing that goes on. I understand the polka given the extreme German/Polish influence in Wisconsin, but why all the line dancing?
She was also really disturbed by the random coleslaw and cranberry sauce sitting out on the tables before dinner was served. I told her all banquet/supper club type of restaurants always did that. She was mui confused. All the things people never think of or question if it's always been their way of life!
|Exhibit A - Polka dancing and loving it.|
|Exhibit B - Group Dancing/Line Dancing and living the dream.|
|I can't stop with the bus photos. I assume it will get chilly soon and I won't be doing this much longer, so hang in there with me please, lol!|
|Jax is showing me his boo-boo on his knee.|
|Just to annoy Nana Letts... (and this was right after a morning bath so their hair was wet, it looked better by school-time, but... still bad ass nonetheless.)|