fècc: to dance

My house is always full of dancing. Rama dances to music blasting out of her phone speakers when she is cooking. Nene always has her earphones in, dancing while sweeping or cooking or sitting on her bed. When she plays her music out loud, all the little girls dance—although Fatima and Ndeye Fatou’s dancing mostly consists of just jumping around! The television plays Senegalese music videos and the whole family dances. The songs are pretty catchy and I will admit, I can’t help but move along to the beat too!

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