Serious Post Dinner Dancing (Page Three)
Toppers 2018-2019 Season
Page 1 - Pre-Dinner Visiting
Page 2 - Who Was Here Tonight?
Page 3 - Serious Dancing Gets Underway
Lucky speaketh to the gathering beginning with...
We were Treated Too:
- What do you call a kid who doesn't believe in Santa? A rebel without a Claus.
- What do you call a broke santa? Give up yet? It's Saint-NICKEL-LESS
- What do you get if you eat Christmas decorations? Tinselitis!
- Why is Santa so jolly? Because he knows where all the naughty girls live.
- What do you call a cat on the beach at Christmas time? Sandy Claws!
Listen carefully... Pearls of wisdon are about to spew forth!
The audience waits in great anticipation!
Happy Birthday Iris!
Guests are introduced!
Welcome Nancy Adamson and Guy & Jennifer Spano
Welcome Frank & Carmen Urenda
Awe! We could not pass up this picture!
A beautiful couple!
They make the anniversary waltz look so elegant!
Bing Crosby recorded the song on July 14, 1941 for Decca Records with Victor Young and His Orchestra.
Dancing Up A Storm!
Bob was brighter than the Christmas tree
Look carefully... We captured them not dancing!
A serious look!
Pointing to the sky?
Bernie tears up the rug!
The dust begins to fly!
They are picking up speed!
The air is turning hot!
Around an around we go...
Looks like its right of a Fred Astaire movie!
Neighbors catching up
"Should I tell Leon this is really a waltz?"
Leroy always adds Christmas cheer to any party!
Nancy and Richard sut a run!
Bernie is like the Energizer Bunny!
Baby it's cold outside
Leroy spreads his Christmas cheere
Paul seems to be growing one antler?
Did You Know? -
In comparison to body size, reindeer have the largest and heaviest antlers of all living deer species. A male's antlers can measure up to 51 inches (130 centimeters) long, and a female's antlers can reach 20 inches (50 centimeters).
Secretions from the pituitary gland initiate the growth of antlers, and growth is rapid — up to almost an inch per day. As they grow, they're covered with skin and soft hair called velvet, which carries blood vessels and nerves.
Correction... There were two afterall!
A rare sight... The cameraman in the wild!
Did You Know? - Red-nosed reindeer do exist!
The secret to Rudolph's rosy schnozzle is a dense network of blood vessels in his nose, scientists explained in a 2012 Live Science article. Reindeer, it seems, have 25 percent more capillaries carrying red, oxygen-rich blood in their nasal architecture than humans, said medical researchers in the Netherlands and the University of Rochester in New York.
"In colder climates … the increase in blood flow in the nose will help keep the [nose's] surface warm," Dr. John Cullen of the University of Rochester said. The dense network of blood vessels in reindeer noses is also essential for regulating the animal's internal body temperature — like many mammals, reindeer don't sweat.
Perhaps another linke dance will help!
Which way are they going?
That was a long one... Will keep us warm all the way home!
The dancer hold-outs... 10:01 and they are still raring to go!