Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:36 AM in

The first concert ever, A-Ha, always special in my heart and worthy for the last entry on this challenge.

And something funny to end up this challenge, accordion

Wow, I am simply amazed, I managed to get until the end and kept my initial idea to add one artist and one instrument (at least! LOL) to each post!

Another 26 letters, another 26 posts, another 26 days. Thank you for being my companions!




xoxo from rome
(last day of leo bag GIVE-AWAY)

good for you! back to back challenges to more thanI could handle!!

@Karolina - I hope I will win :)
@Babygirl - it was a nice experience!

This challenge has been most enjoyable for us followers to read! Well done for finishing it again. I can't believe how quickly that time went. I'm wondering what you will post about now! Another challenge?!

Aren't concerts fun? I just love them. My parents and grandma used to watch The Lawrence Welk Show every week. My sister and I only liked The Lennon Sisters.

@Karen - thank you, it was a nice ride!
@Diane - I honestly do not know what to do next?! We shall see, I still have the GBE2!
@Belle - concerts are simply great!

I love accordions! They're not just for polka, either. Such great sounds come out of those relatively small instruments.

@SJer - thank you for your comments!

Anonymous says:

You did great! And I love that you wrapped it up with humor! :O)

thank you Elisabeth! It was fun indeed!

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