Smorgasbord End of Summer Play list – Jacquie Biggar, Christy Birmingham, Traci Kenworth, Natalie Ducey and Micki Peluso.

It’s time for some music! Such a pleasure to be included at Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord blog with my song choice and those of other authors. Let’s get dancing :)

PS If you read Sally’s post closely, you can also find out which pasta dish is my fave ~ Are you a pasta lover too?

♥ Christy

13 thoughts on “Smorgasbord End of Summer Play list – Jacquie Biggar, Christy Birmingham, Traci Kenworth, Natalie Ducey and Micki Peluso.”

  1. I love pasta too! I enjoy the angel hair pasta the best. It’s delicious and it it just tangles itself up in the sauce in perfect harmony. :) Two of my favorite movies are Dirty Dancing starring Patrick Swayze and Pretty Woman starring Julia Roberts. These two movies are just so timeless. They both give you the perfect combination of hopeless romantic and joyful heart in my opinion.

  2. I was over and saw your choices. I love Pink. I love pasta too. I especially love it with an olive oil, poppy seed, tomato puree covering and dah of chilli. xxxxxxxxx Partaying. partaying

  3. Pretty woman?… I would have never guessed that one ;) I love that song by P!nk, by the way… Maybe one day Lana del Rey will be your favorite female singer…. That´s why I always send you songs by her, it is a disuasive job! … xoxo Lovely feature!

    1. A duet between Lana and P!nk sounds awesome, Aqui! Or they could meet Julia Roberts of Pretty woman fame ;) What is your favorite movie, if you have one? Hugs! xxoo

    2. Oh yes, IT does…. well my favorite director is Krzysztof Kieslowski. (do you remember I once posted a saga of ten posts on His Decalogue… I might choose Red from his “Trois Couleurs” trilogy… Another classic movie I absolutely love is Alfred Hitchcock´s Psycho… Those among the classic ones.. From the recent movies, I´d say “Titanic” is one of the films I have liked the most :D xxoo

    3. Oh yes, I remember that posting about him now. That was close to the start of our meeting ((BOOM))! Eek Psycho would scare me so I’ve not seen it. You must see Hitchcock’s movie The Birds if you have not already, by the way ;) Oh and I agree that Titanic was wonderful. EPIC film~ I saw it twice in theater! Love you xo

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