Nice up the dance! Spice up the food! All about having a good time this holiday season. You can go old-school. With some new-school. Mix in reggae music. Just keep it grown and sexy. And make sure the juice is plenty. So what’s a holiday party without a good vibe?
A Comedian once asked, “why did Jesus turn water into wine at the wedding?” ”Because He wanted to keep the party flowing.” Maybe that wasn’t the primary reason. But it makes you think. Might have wanted people to know. It’s OK to have some fun. A good time in between work and the daily grind.
Food flavored with herbs and spices. A plate of curry chicken or oxtails could do your body good. Of course, gotta dress your best. Makes you feel like a million dollars. Even if wearing the bargain basement brand. A dab of perfume or cologne. Good to enhance your personal effects.
The right music turns people on. Gets them on the dance floor. Break a sweat not a leg. That’s just a little too painful. Remember the purpose of the occasion. Just like there’s a reason for the season. Keeps you happy and hopeful. At the same time. Wanna get your party on or groove back?
The new year will bring welcome relief. Maybe even a fresh start. On a path to new options. As long as you’re learning, you’re growing. Not a member of the walking dead. So live a little. Love a little more. And split the difference between hate and needing to appreciate.
Blog Talkback: Has the Cha-Cha Slide taken over a good party that used to feature the Rub-a-dub, Bump-and-Grind or Dollar-Whine?