On day two of our trip, after the aquarium we went to the Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall. After having dinner at the market, which i recommend as a stop if you are ever in Boston, we went out in the common area where there was this street musician. You can see him back there....playing percussion on buckets and other household things. it was great. We all loved it but Mitch was feeling it!!!! After a few minutes of listening he asked if he could dance. I said he could. He went out there and tapped his foot for a few minutes and then he started hopping around getting into it and before we knew it he had all sorts of fancy footwork and even moves he was doing with his hands. You just have to watch the video to see how funny it really was. Chris and i were hysterical. He is funny most of the time but when he gets a audience he really comes to life. While he was dancing a girl came out of one of the buildings...pretty, mid 20's and Mitch was loving her. She jumped right in and started dancing with him and the two of them were a riot. Pointing fingers and shaking booty's, and having mini dance off's. Yup my kid was out there getting his groove on!!!! I think if we had put a hat down the crowd would have started putting money in it for Mitch's performance.At one point he was running and dancing and he came past me and asked, "mom, am i putting on a show?". Boy was he ever. I love this kid!!! Now if you ask either of them what their absolute favorite part of this trip was, they both will tell you the subway that we rode for 2 of the days. It was great, but i confess we have no pictures. I just did not think of it as a attraction worthy of picture taking. Silly me, i should have tried thinking like a kid and then i might have remembered.
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