Dancing with the Stars season 10 continued Monday evening with a second week of high-energy, show-stopping competitive dancing. The night’s action featured the 2010 edition’s 11 new celebrity/professional pairs performing either a super spastic jive or an elegant foxtrot. By night’s end, we had a strawberry milkshake, two near-wardrobe malfunctions, the first perfect 10s of DWTS 2010 and a frighteningly real old Hollywood starlet reanimated in titivating fashion. Here’s the play by play.
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Notice I said “make time”. You have to schedule it because if you wait until you have time to do fun things, you’ll be waiting forever! Take the time out to laugh at silly things, go see romantic comedies, leave silly notes in his lunch box, in his car or on his pillow. My husband and I regularly flirt by email. It sounds like a small thing but it really does add a lot of fun to the day.
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One of the night’s biggest challenges slash points of intrigue came next as Pamela Anderson took on a dance that could in no way, shape or form be performed using a pole. Channeling Marilyn Monroe (and in very convincing fashion), she and partner Damian Whitewood hit the ballroom floor with a foxtrot.
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Stock your office/cubicle. Most corporate/government office temperatures are pretty standard. You may find that you think it’s too cold. Make sure to bring a sweater to work. If you do a lot of data entry, you might want to consider purchasing some wrist warmers to keep your hands warm. Make sure to keep plenty of coffee or hot chocolate at your desk.
And last but certainly not least, take your kids outside. Make a snowman. Make a snow angel. When was the last time you had a snowball fight? Then go inside, get some hot chocolate and watch a movie. Winter may be cold but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun!