Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:25 AM in
My followers list is growing, and most of the growth is due to the April Challenge which brought me new ideas, new on line friends and also new energy. So today's entry is dedicated to you, my dear followers and may my entries keep on coming :)

The best definition I found was 'A fan; an enthusiast', so keep your spirits up :)

And a song for you all, my dear followers



I'm so pleased that your list of Followers is growing - you deserve every one! And what a brilliant and appropriate song you have chosen for us all. Thank you!

Thank you :) I feel so fortunate to have you all in my life!

I think Thisisme has said it beautiful - so I will echo her sentiments and also add that I am pleased to be one of your new Followers.

Have a wonderful day,

Thisisme is everyone's unanimous spokeswoman today, it seems! I couldn't agree more! :)

I love that song. And so glad your blog is growing. It will continue too.

Your followers just grew by one more! I'm having so much fun with this challenge. The variety of blogs--themes, personalities and so on--is astounding. Happy to meet yet another wonderful blogger.

Thanks for the great song, Claudia. I love my followers too and it has been lovely getting to know you.

Adding the song to your blog -- brillant -- I wish I knew how to do that. I know punctuation and grammar, utube and other computer stuff, not so much.

MM the Queen of English

@all - thank you for being so supportive!
@Catherine - thank you! Welcome on board :)
@Queen - could help if you want! Just let me know!

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