She’s at a party in Little Rock, Arkansas. Her name is Nancy Joseph. She was invited to a cabaret party. She used to be a nurse technician. We don’t have cabaret parties anymore.
We met after my wife died. We’ve been seeing each other ever since. She brings me cake. We don’t get cake around here.
We drove from Cleveland. We had to pay for a room. People came from all over the country. People did the jitterbug. That’s what we won the $50 championship for—jitterbug. That’s dancing!
I taught my kids to dance. Today I can hardly walk. I used to walk faster than people trotted! I also danced the “Bump,” too.
Cabaret parties lasted a weekend. I went to at least the of them. I wore a bow tie and a black suit. We also danced at the American Legion pig roasts. We learned to dance by watching other dancers.