SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY – terrific dance scenes mashup

I’ve been a fan of dancing since high school when I learned rock and roll (AKA East Coast Swing). I did it at a honky-tonk owned by an uncle and was taught by a hot waitress twice my age.

Later it was disco in college. I even took modern-dance classes to better emulate John Travolta. It was a bit embarrassing wearing a leotard but all the fit female forms wearing the same was adequate distraction. Later came ballroom dancing and bad polka and beer during Oktoberfests and salsa when I moved to California. Lots of señoritas were a big motivation but I also love the music.

Then a friend introduced me to the Argentine Tango. I’ve been doing it for more than 25 years, even spending a month in Buenos Aires to take lessons in afternoons and going to late-night milongas which lasted till 4:00 am.

Here is a dance video from YouTube. The music is Fine Young CannibalsShe Drives Me Crazy. The videos snippets are from popular movies.

About Laer Carroll

I am an aerospace software and systems engineer recently retired to become a professional writer. My genres include sci fi and fantasy, young adult, and technical books.
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3 Responses to SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY – terrific dance scenes mashup

  1. Ken says:

    Will we ever see any more shapechanger stories??? I have and read all of these several times now. I’m waiting for Orphan 3, Destiny, and twice dead boy. Any others yet???


    • Laer Carroll says:

      What’s coming?

      First up is Voyages of the Orphan, the last book of the Space Orphan trilogy. I’m shooting for December 1st, sort of a Christmas present for all of you. I’m on the last chapter, an especially tough one as it must provide a satisfying ending to three whole books.

      Next up is The Star Woman, in February or March. It tells a story that takes place in the same alternate history as the Orphan books but earlier. The Orphan trilogy was inspired by Captain Marvel, but the comic books not the movie. Star Woman was inspired by Supergirl, again by the comics not the TV show.

      A few months beyond that will come The Twice-Dead Boy, a companion piece thematically to the Once-Dead Girl. The hero is a 300-year-plus immortal rather than a teen-aged girl. He wakes up after being buried for a hundred years an apparent 17-year old boy. He goes to high school in order to ease smoothly into modern life.

      Various other projects which are earlier in their development are in the works. However, I’d rather not talk about them lest I raise expectation that I cannot satisfy.


  2. margaret paulk says:

    I really have enjoyed you books and am waiting expectantly for more. The shapechangers are some of my favorites.


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