Lady sug­gests dance classes as the per­fect way to find ro­mance

The China Post - - TV & COMICS -

DEAR AN­NIE: I was sad­dened by the let­ter from “L. H. in Mont­gomery,” the 82- year- old woman who has been search­ing for love for 40 years.

My hus­band and I are se­nior cit­i­zens, 75 and 80 years old. We have been danc­ing ( ball­room style) in se­nior cen­ters and other dance or­ga­ni­za­tions for 25 years. It is amaz­ing how many friend­ships and re­la­tion­ships are de­vel­oped be­tween us “old peo­ple” when we’re danc­ing. Of course, none of us feels old.

Please tell L. H. to check out lo­cal se­nior cen­ters or those in other towns nearby. She also could check for so­cial dance clubs ( ball­room style danc­ing, coun­try danc­ing, etc.) in her area. One of our area se­nior dancers teaches line danc­ing, which is a great way to dance if you don’t have a part­ner. Danc­ing is great so­cial in­ter­ac­tion. I hope she can find some­thing in her area.

— Suisun City, Cal­i­for­nia.

Dear Suisun City: Thank you for the sug­ges­tion. There are many ex­cel­lent ac­tiv­i­ties for peo­ple of all ages who are look­ing to meet oth­ers. Try­ing to find some­one on­line is OK as far as it goes, but noth­ing beats meet­ing folks in per­son who are also par­tic­i­pat­ing in an ac­tiv­ity you en­joy. What­ever method you choose, just be your­self and hope­fully things will fall into place.

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