Greetings DanceForumers, new guy in the house. I've been a lifelong awkward self-conscious non-dancer, but with my wedding coming up I figured now would be a great time to make myself get into it. And I've actually gotten really into it as I've learned a few things. (Where has this been my whole life?) Anyway, my first dance with my mom is to the song from The Muppet Movie (1979), obviously "Rainbow Connection." Search "Kermit rainbow connection" on YouTube and it'll show up as the top link.) Not terribly original but it is definitely a song with a special, sentimental meaning to the both of us. So the song is in triple meter, so naturally I went to YouTube and searched "How To Waltz Basic Pattern" and clicked on the top link, made by MonkeySee. Problem is, to faithfully do this step to Rainbow Connection would be a little too fast for both of us, I think. (I'm a complete novice and she loves to dance but isn't a pro by any means, and is in her mid-60's so she requested nothing too fast.) We live in different states so taking lessons together is not an option. Can you give me a few search terms to put into Google and YouTube that would at least guide me toward things that would make it look like I have even a slight amount of knowledge of what I'm doing? (I'm a musician so staying on beat is not a problem.) OR...do you think I should just stick with the basic waltz box step thingy but do it way slow? Thanks for all your help!