Learning to dance with the snow and ice
is essential to North Dakota winter survival
So I've learned a few dance steps.
What children do in icy parking lots
Not recommended for mothers or old people
Tiny slow steps on ice
Used by mothers and old people
Walking only where snow is crunchy
Stepping from one dry area to another
Must be done slowly
Done at the door to remove snow from boots
A couple holding hands step on ice at the same time
When a person doing the foxtrot
on a ice-covered parking lot
suddenly finds herself
Slide, lose balance, slide, lose balance
repeat until the cycle is broken
The man in the house might call it
Two fart-knockers and a do-si-do
before combining it with the
Have a great day, friends.
And if you stumble -
make it part of the dance!