Let’s Date-Part One
For me, one of the best benefits of ballroom dancing is that you have a scheduled date together. When Dan and I began ballroom dancing, we did not realize that we had local ballroom dances that we could attend together. Before Covid began, we had at least one dance a week that we would go to on a date. We would often say we wanted to go on a date, but unless we had it on our schedule, it never seemed to happen. Ballroom dancing made date nights easier.
Ballroom dance dates are a time we can dress up, get away from technology, meet others and get away from our regular routine. It’s a great activity to do in the winter when life slows down a bit.
Ballroom Dancing also has the added bonus of being a physical activity that keeps you moving and active. Because of the fun and laughter while dancing, it is also great for your mental health. The fun and laughter part is up to you.
Let’s face it, we can all get busy and not spend quality together time. Too busy=danger in a marriage.
We need face-to-face time with our spouses and you get plenty of that when dancing together. Dan and I have other activities that we do together, but it does not give us the important face-to-face time that we need.
Who or what has your attention? Dating will have your spouse’s!
God’s Word-1 Corinthians 13:13
And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love. (NIV)