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Planning and Executing - a Musical Freestyle Journey

Musical Freestyles – The Journey

Personally, I believe that musical freestyles are the pinnacle of dressage. Combining music and interpretation with the precision, power, and rhythm of complicated dressage tests is incredibly hard, but when done correctly, stunningly powerful. 1,196 more words


Maiden Mother Crone, Part 7 – The Dance by Helen Jones

Reblogged from Journey to Ambeth:

It was Sunday morning, and it was raining again. But I breakfasted with friends, warmth and laughter a pleasant way to begin the day. 141 more words


A Little Background.

Baking was my biggest hobby in primary school. I would be so eager to come home and make something I wouldn’t check I had all the ingredients before creaming the butter and sugar together. 187 more words


Album Review: An Unforgiving Light by Annie Booth

Words: The Captain

Album Cover: Brian Sweeney
Album Cover Text: Colin McArthur

I’ve been a fan of Annie ever since I saw her back in 2015 at Teviot Underground (Edinburgh), you can see my thoughts on that show… 350 more words

Record Review

AD5801 Documentary Perspectives | Research

Scottish Sweet Sixteen

Sophie Gerrard Scottish Sweet Sixteen

‘Sweet Sixteen. On 18 September 2014 the people of Scotland voted in a Referendum to decide whether or not to remain in the United Kingdom.  840 more words


Scottish Loch

Blackwater Reservoir near Kinlochleven and Loch Tulla combined in Carolyn’s mind to create this view of Scottish hills and a loch stretching as far as the eye can see.   24 more words


Adrift in Scotland - The Journey Across the Pond

Adrift in Scotland – The Journey Across the Pond

To be fair, the journey really began years ago. I visited St. Andrews in 2015 for a Creative Writing camp, and I fell in love. 236 more words