Shaking Things Up

Posted by Claudia Moser on 4:14 PM in
You must know me by now, I really like to get a hint, an inspiration for a blog entry. And Gill was very kind to add me to the Writers' Group, where Jenn posted this week's thought, namely Shaking Things Up.

Hubby saw me thinking and asked what is going on, so here I am telling him about the theme and he goes 'How nice! And what are you thinking of?' and I blurt 'Shaking Stevens' and he glows and tells me 'What a great idea!', so since he is one of my dearest followers, I though why not? Here are some of my favourites songs from this great artist!

Let us shake them :)

Enjoy them! By listening to them, they surely put a smile on my face!



Great choice!

Thanks for sharing, that's absolutely wonderful! :)

@Desiree - thank you, so kind of you!
@Karoline - yes, I guess cool fits Shakin Stevens :)
@The Tame Lion - thank you :)

What a great take on Shaking Things Up!! How fun :) No I didn't know the first two songs, but I have heard the last two songs. I didn't know who sang them!! Thanks for joining in the HOP!! Cheers, Jenn.

@Jenn - thank you for having me :) And glad that you liked the songs!

Gosh, that takes me back. I used to love Shakin Stevens, and you picked some great song there. I hope you;re not overdoing it!!!

@Diane - no worry, take it slow!

Have a sweet evening, Claudia! And a happiest of weekends ahead xx

Thank you Saskia, that was sweet of you!

Claudia, I didn't bring my earphones with me on the trip so I can't listen. My husband is sleeping right now. I'll have to catch the songs later.

No worries Belle, you enjoy your holiday :)

Oh my goodness!! I haven't heard Shakin' Stevens in like forever!!How great!

@Emma - me, it came so suddenly to my mind :)

Great way to shake things up!! I love it!!


@Kathy - shake it indeed!

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