A: I thought so. Well, OK. I'd say you should keep doing what you're doing: rehearse the strumming patterns (using the oldies progression chords, both G-Em-C-D AND C-Am-F-G), rehearse the oldies songs that you know, and keep practicing the open chords you already know, including the 7 Chords. And check out new songs and maybe try them on.
Q: Do you have any favorite ones?
A: Sure. Love is in the air, Just a gigolo, Jingle Bells, Cuando calienta il sol. And from the oldies, my favorites are Poor little fool, by Ricky Nelson, and Stay, by Maurice and The Zodiacs.
Q: Nice. What about you? What are you gonna do?
A: Me? I'm gonna start working on those pesky barre chords. Even if I know they're a bit more than I can handle, right now, I'll work on them, anyway.
Let's try something different today. It is a 3/4 rhythm, a waltz rhythm. 1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2-3 and so on. The strumming can be anything, as long as it makes sense and it keeps the pace: Down-Up-Up, Down-Down-Up, first Down on the big fat E and then the other two Downs on the thinner strings, whatever.
If you don't speak Romanian, I'm sure there are other great waltz rhythm songs out there, even thought they probably are not as brilliant as this one.