“Hey, come on, come along take a ride There’s a party over there, that ain’t no jive It’s live, live, it’s all the way live Don’t even have to walk, don’t even have to drive Just slide, slide, slippity slide Just forget about your troubles and your nine to five”
A song that makes me want to dance. Hmmm, every time I sat down to write this post this song by Lakeside came to mind. I just couldn’t get past it. I have to admit that most of the “more danceworthy” music that I listen to is probably my DLS. In case you haven’t guessed by my bizarre song choices for this challenge so far, I will let you in on it- my dirty little secret——— I was really into disco and funk back in the early 80’s. I spent most of my teen years at the local roller rink and we skated to a lot of disco. As time passed and disco died, my love for it did not. Much to my husband’s and friends’ embarrassment, I never stopped listening to it.
I don’t dance. I do not dance. Not one bit. But if I was going to, well, this song would definitely inspire me to start bopping around.
25 Songs, 25 Days: Day 17- A song that makes you want to dance
I am participating in Blogging 201 and the very first assignment is to have 3 goals. Yikes! Goals are definitely not my strong suit so this is already a challenge for me. I’m afraid I’m going to swing from one extreme to the other. Am I being too easy on myself? Or have I jumped into the deep end of the pool and I’m in over my head? I guess we will see!
1. Establish a new weekly feature. I currently have one weekly feature and one sporadic feature. I plan on either firming the sporadic feature into a weekly thing or creating a brand new feature.
2. Develop a writing habit by participating in Daily Prompts and/or a new challenge. I’ve noticed that when I write daily, that writing habit takes over and when I slack off, it drops to zero. Even if I’m not posting every day, I want to be writing every day. (With Nano beginning in a few short weeks, I might be regretting these words!)
3. Create a more meaningful connection with followers. I’m not about the number of followers or the stats. I prefer to have followers who I can form a connection with and have great interaction. I plan to spend more time getting to know who is reading my blog.