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Sunny Sunday

“Sunday, for me, is all about being home with the family with no plans”

John Lasseter

At that is exactly what my Sundays are all about.

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Sibelius Violin Concerto

I had the great pleasure today to listen to  the Violin concerto of Jean Sibelius in the same premises where it was performed the first time! 397 more words


If It's Sunday . . .

If it’s Sunday, it’s Meet the Press.

At eighteen, Dwight introduced me to the joy of the “talking heads” on Sunday Morning. Together, we watched… 97 more words

Happy Birthday, Will…

Okay, yeah, sure…

We traditionally celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday on the 23rd of April. But we don’t really know when he was born. We do know he was baptized on this date. 1,564 more words

An Appreciation

After World Earth Day - Earth Quakes in Fury at Nepal!

The ancient civilizations had techniques to cope with Nature’s Fury.

The mountain- villages had the expertise to make earthquake resistant structures. They could take the roof load of snow, and keep the interiors warm – even, while being laden with snow. 252 more words

Chippy Sunday

We have developed a delectable habit to round off our somewhat hectic week. On a lazy Sunday afternoon we partake in a long leisurely lunch of fish and chips. 286 more words


A Response to "15 Reasons Why We Should Still be Using Hymnals"

I recently stumbled upon an article that had been shared over social media several times and so I finally read it. The article can be found… 2,254 more words