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Indak it means to dance in time to the music. This reminds me of the good old days back when towns like my small Southern town of Iva, South Carolina, used to have street dances. I recall one where my father and my sister danced right in the middle of everyone else while my soon-to-be child bride and I danced off to the side. We had a lot of fun.
I also recall dancing with my oldest daughter at church. They had dance lessons for members at the church and my daughter and I went as a couple. My child bride was back at the house pregnant with our fourth child, Davey.
Those days were long ago. Davey is now a Corporal in the Marines. That oldest daughter is now 25 years old. My child-bride and I occasionally dance now, but we are more likely to dance to a song from an animated movie like Afro Circus or Big and Chunky.
We still enjoy dancing together every now and then.
This July 15th, in honor of our angel baby Dorian’s 23rd birthday in heaven, we will be giving all of our books away free. Please download and read these books. We have had to change the way we make money here since I suffered three strokes back in May.
We no longer sell Avon door-to door, but you can still buy it on our website . You can also help us by purchasing things from our Etsy store
You can help us by downloading our books free. Then, read them. Every quarter, Amazon has a contest to determine which 100 authors in the United States have the most pages read. If we make it into the top 100, we will share a part in a pool of money Amazon sets aside for the top 100 authors.
Please also give us feedback on our books and leave your honest review at Amazon. We thank you.
These words and these photos are from an article by Isabelle Laureta on BuzzFeed titled
“36 Of The Most Beautiful Words In The Philippine Language”. All credit goes to them.