(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay I Dare You to Lean on Me, all you Everyday People!

Monday has arrived – and you know what that means… music! For the month of June, our Spotlight Dancer is Michelle from Musings & Merriment with Michelle! She has chosen the theme for this week, which is “Songs to honor … Continue reading

Raise Your Glass of Mai Tais making Memories on New Year’s Day!

The year is coming to an end! I’m really looking forward to what 2020 has in store, that’s for sure – how about you? Meanwhile, it’s Monday, and Monday means music! For the whole month of December our honorary co-host has … Continue reading

Random Fun and Trivia on New Year’s Day: Random Tuesday Thoughts

We’ve arrived! Today is the first day of the New Year. Well, tomorrow, if you’re reading this on Monday night. But if you are, why aren’t you out celebrating and ringing in the New Year, hmmmmm? Anyone decide to make … Continue reading

Summer Break, Tiny Town Fun, and Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Another week has flown by in the blink of an eye! I apologize that I have not been able to come ’round and visit your awesome randomness for far too long, but I promise I will do my best to … Continue reading

Can’t Stop The Feeling because it’s Glorious that’s Why there’s Truth To Power

Monday has arrived whether we wanted it to or not! But at least Monday means music! This week is a freebie, so grab your favorite tune and dance along with us, won’t you? Let’s do this! Let’s start with a song … Continue reading

American Saturday Night i was Born In The U.S.A., so let’s Party In The U.S.A. with a Red Solo Cup!

July is here.  Can you believe it?  Lots of people tend to take vacation this week because of the 4th of July – picnics, parties, and lots of fireworks, celebrating 241 years of Independence.  This week’s Monday’s Music Moves Me … Continue reading

Marvin Gaye will Run Away With You so Save It for a Rainy Day that Fight Song

Heading into the final two weeks before school starts! I know, many of you have your kids already in school. When I was a kid, school always started after Labor Day – I’m glad it’s still the same in this … Continue reading