Music is such a wonderful thing. Can I play it? No, except if you count the half a song I learnt to play on my 3rd learning attempt at the age of 16, in 1979 with my Brother, Larry as Tutor. Or in 2011, when I purchased a Harmonica as I had always enjoyed its […]Read more "Music To My Ears!"
Yes, I have to admit that I have an addiction and it’s one that I have had since my school years… Well, actually I have two! The first one is that I love Libraries, and probably too much! Yes, I have a love of books which began at a very early stage in my life. […]Read more "I Have An Addiction…"
It is a pleasant surprise when reading the news, to come across a ‘good news’ story, because as we know ’The News’ is often filled with depressing stories, fact and opinion. For some time now, I’ve been accessing my News via ‘Google News’, which allows me to set up filters on things that I am […]Read more "The Human Spirit"
One of my favourite books on my Art shelf is “Styles, Schools and Movements” The Essential Encyclopaedic Guide to Modern Art by Amy Dempsey. Commencing with Art in 1860 to the present day, it explores 100 styles, schools and movements in depth and contains a brief description of 200 more. Each chapter includes a headlining […]Read more "Styles, Schools and Movements"
Look at this mess! I’m feeling drained! Do either of the above thoughts ever go through your mind? It doesn’t matter whether you are a student, run a business, work a job or are retired, there comes a point where certain aspects in your life get cluttered or you get close to burning out, or […]Read more "Declutter & Re-Fuel!"
This post was inspired by a friend’s recent ‘Snow-misadventure…’ Back in the 1980’s, I was part of a 18-35years Church Social Group and one of adventures was to the Snowy Mountains in southern NSW, Australia. It was one of those hurried 3 day weekend trips that saw me (briefly) on Ski’s but mostly on a […]Read more "There’s No Business Like Snow Business!"
Back in the year 2000, my wife and I were touring around southern NSW and visited (among other places), Yarrangobilly Caves. They are but one of a number of beautiful examples of limestone caves here in Australia. We received a guided tour that day and apart from the memory of the caves, I remember a […]Read more "Viewing Life"