The word of the day is ‘gebzha’ – “to party.” As in, tonight we’re gonna party like it’s 2008. Because that’s what year…
I took the picture of the food before they brought out the shekla tibs. Oh man. I don’t think I can get enough shekla tibs.
I mentioned the dancing. Right?
It’s pretty remarkable. And it’s unlike any dancing you’ve seen before. I promise.
Just watching it makes me feel like I need to visit a chiropractor.
You know, I have an idea…
Because I can’t stop watching these videos. And I bet you can’t either…
Let’s keep the celebration going.
Let’s have our own little cyber dance party!
I think you should give it the old college try.
Don’t be shy.
In the privacy of your home right now, just join in on the traditional Ethiopian dancing. It’ll be good for your soul. And no one will know. Unless you take a video of yourself dancing. And if you do happen to take a video of yourself, please please please share it in the comments.
I was roped into dancing with them at the dinner. Due to an unfortunate set of circumstances, no one else at our dinner party could find their phones or the camera in order to capture that moment of dancing expertise on video.
You’ll just have to miss out, I guess.
OK. All kidding aside. I danced the dance. And I was really really bad. Really.
So this will be a total Judgment Free Zone. Share a video. Or don’t share a video. Let’s have some fun! Just dance your heart out and celebrate our Family of Six with us!
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