U - Unleash your strenghts.

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:57 AM in , ,

And to have the adequate music to go, let's rock!

Picture from here



Wonderful words to live by! I see you in many of them...
Thanks for the morning rock n roll, helps get the blood pumping!

@Sush - thank you, very sweet of you!

good things--thanks

@Lynn - welcome!

Every time I read you blog, I think, yes, this is what I needed. :)

Very inspirational!! Loved it. ♥


http://www.tortenrausch.de/2010/05/vanille-bullar-nach-leila-lindholm/ Here´s the link for vanilla buns auf Deutsch! Sorry for waiting so long!

Love it!!

@Amy - that is so kind of you, thank you.
@Karen - thanks!
@Kathy - happy
@Sofia - ja ja ja :) something for the weekend!
@Jenny - great!

Anonymous says:

I love the poster (and also you, the poster of the poster). :O)

You are just determined to make us better people, aren't you? LOL
This is so good and who doesn't need a loving reminder to live well.

Loved reading, but especially listening, love Queen. Thanks.

Anonymous says:

I love that poster! I may have to steal it from you and share...So true!!!

I really like the words on that poster, very nice... and the song... well that's a given!

Is there ever a time when Queen does not rock? Great clip, great poster, thanks!

@Beth - good :)
@Jo - well not really, just sharing with you some thoughts and if they help then happy!
@PBquig - I also love Queen's music
@Beachlover - please do!
@November Rain - I do undertsnad what you mean
@Angela - not really, they rock ALL the time!

Anonymous says:

Great poster!

@Susanne - thank you so much!

Great advice and awesome music!

@Amanda - thanks!

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