I think I got this attitude from watching my sweet little sister Carissa, who had Down's Syndrome. She loved to dance, too, and she never let any inhibition get in her way. When the music started, she was always right there in the thick of things. More than once I saw her get right up on stage with the band. She could shake it with the best of them, and she always had the best time of anyone because she wasn't worried about others' judgment.
A while back, my brother Dan of Single Dad Laughing talked about his "dancing black duck" -- how he had stopped himself from dancing for years because he was so worried about what other people would think, and how he decided to get over it and just dance. He invited all of his followers to send in clips of themselves dancing, which of course meant we all
Today he finally posted the finished product. I'm stealing his video to post here, but you should definitely go read his original post about dancing. It applies to so many things in our lives. What are we holding ourselves back from enjoying because of how some past experience has affected us? Just dance, people!