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Written by James M. Weil

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Copyright 2012 James M. Weil


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The Dance Teacher


By


James M. Weil


I waited anxiously at the front desk for my dance teacher. Being new to the school I knew next to nothing, and I watched other dancers glide over the shiny wood floor of the main ballroom in front of me. They seemed to move so effortlessly, and I thought I could never be that good.

The only thing I had going for me was my love for salsa. Having been married to a Colombian woman for ten years I had been exposed to a lot of it. When my wife and I were still together, I had taken a few lessons from a local teacher. I knew only two steps: basic and back step, and ever since I got my iPod I practiced whenever I got the chance. In fact, it was my iPod that compelled me to take dance lessons in the first place.

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