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Lugansky concert: eulogy

Anyone talking about magnificent Nikolai Lugansky has no other option, but a genre of eulogy: Russian piano virtuoso continues to enchant public with his sophisticated interpretations of classics, especially Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff, included in his Brussels concert programme. 134 more words


One Summer of Surrender ~ Review

Back Blurb :

Lucien, the Earl of Stenfax has been engaged twice, but only in love once. That was with his childhood sweetheart, Elise. When she threw him over for a man with more money and a higher ranking title, it broke him. 692 more words

Historical Romance

In the bleak midwinter - Poem By Christina Rossetti

In the bleak midwinter

By Christina Rossetti

In the bleak midwinter, frosty wind made moan,
Earth stood hard as iron, water like a stone;
Snow had fallen, snow on snow, snow on snow, 139 more words

Nigel Borrington

The Season of Stillness

The sky is a sea of gray clouds, sun fighting to peek through. The sun sets early, streaks of orange and pink a reminder of summer fire. 739 more words

Denise D. Young

Winter mode

I’ve found that living here has truly brought me in-touch with the seasons of nature. More so than when I lived in the “states” a long time ago and far away (30+  years ago …) 1,361 more words

Just Thoughts

Maria, a gentle iconoclast reblogged this on Pilgrim’s Progress revisited - a former Catholic on the narrow way and commented:

Take a little journey to Japan!

a gathered holiday tree

On Sunday we went for a walk to gather materials for our Christmas tree. Last year we made it like this and the children wanted to do the same this year, but there are no holes in the house from which to hang it like that. 203 more words