Sometimes you just need to let all your worries take a backseat and dance. This is 92-year-old Mellie Seiver's philosophy.
The senior loves to crank up the radio and bust a move whenever she can. This weekend, Seiver was dancing alone in the parking lot of her apartment building when unexpected company showed up.
Sgt. Kim Lenz of Austin Police Department in Minnesota was on patrol when she spotted the grandmother dancing alone and decided to pull over.
"I've seen her dancing a few times, and for some odd reason I decided to stop, and make conversation with her,"� Lenz told People.
Lenz couldn't resist Seiver's infectious dance moves so she decided to join her for an impromptu dance party.
Lucky for us, the entire heartwarming moment was captured on video by the officer's dashcam then shared on Facebook by the Austin Police Department.
"I asked what she was dancing to, and she told me the radio station, so I cranked my radio up, rolled down the windows, and got out and started dancing with her," Lenz explained.
The pair held hands and boogied to Brothers Osborne's Stay a Little Longer. Both ladies had huge smiles on their faces the entire time.
The adorable footage has gone viral ever since it was posted on Facebook and has garnered over 127,000 views.
"Millie says sometimes you just need to dance... Sgt. Lenz couldn't agree more,"� read the caption.
You can watch Seiver and Lenz break it down in the video below:
Millie says sometimes you just need to dance....... Sgt. Lenz couldn't agree more.Posted by Austin Police Department - Minnesota on Thursday, August 17, 2017
People took to the comment section to share their thoughts about the positive video.
"I must say this has really touched my heart today. It doesn't take much in this world to be NICE,"� wrote Facebook user Pat Lewey.
Another user, Kelly Sue Kausel wrote: "It brightened my day seeing this clip and everyone must realize with all the negative stories, there are positive ones and people out in their communities truly making a difference!"�
Seiver told KAAL-TV that she didn't expect to draw this much attention, but she's hoping she can inspire people to dance, "be more active, out walking and things like that."
As for Lenz, she's seen Seiver a few times since the first time they danced together and they've become good friends.
"I just really want to thank Millie for even allowing me to dance with her,"� Lenz said. "She's changing people's perspectives and bringing light to everything, one dance move at a time."�
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