The radio had been on a lot more with Maggie Beauford in the house. She claimed that she wasn't used to the quiet of the country just yet. And if there was anything she missed about the city it was the music and the dancing. When certain songs came on she would talk of the memories they brought up. When she danced to it and who with. Forrest never really liked to hear about the latter part, but he knew just how hypocritical he would sound to voice it. He hadn't danced with Maggie once, even when she asked him to. He was stuck between having a reputation to keep with his brothers and not wanting to completely embarrass himself due to the fact that dancing was never his strong suit. So he always just shook his head with a grunt and went back to whatever it was he was doing.
But this night was different. Jack and Howard were both out, stirring up who knows what kind of trouble, leaving Maggie and Forrest alone for the evening. It was peaceful for once, Forrest had to adm