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On Accomplishments

Ah, another programme begins, and another round of introductions ensues. I know I can’t be the only one who dreads the inevitable “let’s go around and introduce ourselves – be sure to say a little bit about yourselves!” from well-meaning leaders. 543 more words


Doing my joyful duty as part of Arnie's Army at his final Masters round in 2004

When I covered the Masters last April it was tough seeing Arnold Palmer unable to participate at the ceremonial first-tee event on Thursday morning. He made it out for some photos and watched from a chair at Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player got the tournament started. 1,548 more words


“Am I Bridget Jones?”

The thought comes to me as I sit in front of the TV with a glass of wine in hand. I send a Snapchat of myself to my nearest and dearest asking the question, only to receive the following reply from my friend Hannah: “Have you got two men fighting over you though?”… Cheers Han! 474 more words

Bridget Jones

Master Composers: Moacir Santos was quite a talent

Moacir Santos (1926-2006) left behind quite an impact on the genre of Brazilian jazz.   Between 1964 to 2005, Santos created eight albums–some on the legendary Blue Note record label. 229 more words

Brazil Jazz



The day brightens-

water boils on the stove

with little noises

-Haiku by Jocelyne Villeneuve translated by Mike Montreuil, The Unfinished Poem, 2015


Battle of Europe 2016

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Before Pogba, there was Scholes. The Paul of Manchester United’s hey-days under Fergie is done with club football, but he hasn’t yet hung up his boots for good. 86 more words


Why the insecurities and the inability to cope?

Hey all,

It has been forever since I have posted, and for that I am sorry. I have got a little caught up in, well, life. 613 more words