Sunday, December 19, 2010

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

When is the next one and will we be able to dance? I love dancing with the women.--John Brown

Anonymous said...

The person who left that commet about the women is a wierdo!

Anonymous said...

wow jhon brown you are a creeper

Anonymous said...

Apron dancing?

Anonymous said...

Jhon Brown is a creeper just like that other person said.

Anonymous said...

what the heck is a hootennanny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JayCee said...

A hootenanny is where we all get together and sing and play music.

JayCee said...

I always thought that about you too, John Brown. Ever since you died.

Lilly Morgen said...

I think that there might have been a few "apron" dances during old John's time. He tried to dance with the few ladies that were at the play parties, but ended up dancing in a game called the apron dance. The Mountain Men invented that.

Lilly Morgen said...

A Hootenanny is a singing event in which people sing folk songs, like the Crawdad Song.

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