Keep Dancing>Keep Dancing is used here as a metaphor for how a couple continued to live, laugh, work, and enjoy the new life they created for themselves after the loss of all three of their sons. This book takes you through their childhood, dating, marriage, having three sons and then losing those three sons due to an inherited Kidney Disease and complications from Aids. The Author is hoping to encourage others who lose loved ones t to give up on life but to move forward to enjoy and celebrate the loved one's life and look forward to someday being reunited with those loved ones who have passed on. Some quotes taken from the Stories by Family and Friends are: Dear Rose, I wanted to send something related to the book you are writing. What a wonderful idea -- to share your experience. I must say that I have always marveled at your strength, your ability to be so full of life in the face of such overwhelming loss. All your children gone. The thought boggles the mind. You've incorporated Rick's friends as your new family, and we are privileged to be a small part of this.You are my role-model for living life to its fullest! Pam WhiteI will read this book and I will keep it somewhere in my home where I can see it and be reminded daily that whatever I am going through is manageable. Never mind The Secret that I learned from this will be my positive affirmation. Gene and Rosie inspire me to find the courage to deal with things that test me and find the hope to push through to the beauty of life that still awaits me on the other side. Renee EdmondsThe Giesies have an amazing gift for remembering and celebrating the happy times and letting the sadder things in life slip into distant memory, where they are only to be recounted for a purpose. Thank you Mama Rose and Gene for the original gift that was Rick and for the gift of teaching me how to continue enjoying him every day of my life. Brian ToffoliAbout the AuthorRosie Annie (Krejci) Giesie was born on December 26, 1939, the second of a set of twins. She attended grade school in a one-room school house and graduated from El Campo High School in El Campo, Texas. She is married to her teenage sweetheeart. They had three children and live in Sun City, Arizona. Through the urging of her cousin, Father Gary Janak to write about her story, she finally relented and decided she could at least try. She found many journals to refresh her memory. Journals that were jotted down as therapy for herself and found closure and peace after writing this book.