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Silly Love Songs #SaturdaySongsuasion

Good-morning, my sweet kittenhearts & dawghearts! To get Cupid in the mood to throw back his bow and zinging his arrow straight to your lover’s heart, I’m kicking off Valentine’s Day with a few Silly Love Songs.

This morning sappy love songs is dedicated to none other than DH. What did you expect? He’s the LOVE of my life!!!


Do you have a favorite love song? If so, what is it and why?

gil-elvgren-pin-up-girls-gallery-17-61That’s a wrap for this week. I hope you enjoyed your visit and I appreciate you including me in your weekend. If you’re putting up a Saturday Songsuasion music for us, then please leave your URL in comments for others to find you easily and please don’t forget to invite your friends to stop in for a listen. Thanks tweetheart!

Let the magic of music fuel the romance in your life. Have a heartsational Saturday!

What’s up next? Come back tomorrow for your weekly dose of laughter with Sunday Sillies!

3 important benefits of Christmas #music

Good morning, kittens & dawgs! How was your Christmas? Something new for us this year, we spent Christmas quietly alone.  Good? Bad? Maybe a little of both, but it was more good than bad. I can’t believe how fast this month has gone and much less how quickly another year is ending. Is this an age thing or do you feel it, too?

Now, if you danced with the 4M crew this month, then you know XmasDolly and her elves ~ Jamerican Spice, Stacy Uncorked, Everyday Life, & little ole me are having a jingling good time with non-stop Christmas music. That being said, this is our last chance at it coz we have to wait for 11-months to do it all again. *sigh*

My Christmastime theme focused on spiritual elements of the season: Bethlehem, angels, Mary, and Jesus. This morning, I’m taking a different approach. My musical choices this morning echo the three benefits Christmas gives to mankind, if only for a day.

First, it makes us LOVE a little deeper.


Second, there’s nothing, but PEACE and goodwill for others to fill our hearts


And, thirdly there’s no denying it gives everyone a sheer sense of HAPPINESS!


Ah, now wouldn’t it be grand, if we could live 365-days of the year with Christmas in our hearts?



That’s a wrap for the last Monday of 2014. Thank you for making me a part of your Mondays. I look forward to sharing them with you in the coming New Year. In case you didn’t know, I’m unplugged from cyberspace until January 5th, as I’m spending the week with DH.  The party is still underway, just hop over to XmasDolly to link up and enjoy the fun! 😉

One more thing before you go….





Mid to late 70s rockin’ down the house on 4M

Welcome to week #168 of

A few weeks back Vandy J was our spotlight dancer. For her theme choice this week, she wants to know What songs did you listen to in high school? I don’t know about you guys, although that’s been a lot of years ago for me I still find myself boogieing to those same tunes today. Let’s rock the house down to some mid to late 70s sounds!

My freshman year 1976-1977 of high school, I was more than likely dancing to Paul McCartney and Grand Funk Railroad.



Our lovely hostesses, XmasDolly, would like to thank you for joining the party and as always JAmericanSpice, Stacy Uncorked, Just the stuff ya know & myself are happy that you came.

Now, it’s time to get our groove on with you so remember to link up and shake your bootie with the fellow rockin’ blogger buds below!


Dance party rules:  Grab XmasDolly 4M button here,  display it on your blog, and then add your favorite weekly music theme YouTube videos for everyone to enjoy. We aren’t music snobs if you have tunes to share that don’t fit in with our theme, then no problem! As long as you have music to share, then everything is cool coz all we want to do is dance with you! 

During my sophomore year from 1977-1978, I might have listened to songs by Andy Gibb and Lionel Richie.



As my sophomore year gave way to my junior year 1978-1979, these tunes were popular hits by ARS and the Queen of Disco.



Winding things up in 1979-1980 for my senior year, I can’t forget these fab hits by two outstanding female artists.




Did you have a good time on the dance floor? I did. Remember, to be considered for honorary co-host each month, then be sure to add your URL to the link up.  Next stop… your place!  What music did you listen to in high school?

Be sure to come back next week to dance with the 4M crew, and if you can’t get enough music, then join me for Saturday Song-suasion!

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