Hearty episode with my helper this afternoon. I was having difficulty in buttoning up a top, so I went to Jen for help. Jen: That’s a really nice topMe: Thank you. I love it too.Jen: When you get married, the buttons will be your husband’s.When I turned around and looked at her in the eye,…… Continue reading Hearty Episode
Classical music has always given me the impression that it is only reserved for well-cultured, rich and most of all, boring old people. However, classical music lovers have long been trying to make the music more accessible to everyone. The Proms Promenade concerts had existed in London’s pleasure gardens since the mid 18th century. However,…… Continue reading Classical Music for Everyone
cove[kohv]noun1 a small indentation or recess in the shoreline of a sea, lake, or river.2 a sheltered nook.(From dictionary.com)Cove, a safe shelter to rest.We all need it; physically, mentally and emotionally. Take time to take care of yourself.Also Mother Nature always has a way to bring us peace. :)Cliff view of Lulworth Cove, Dorset, Summer…… Continue reading Cove
A sailor’s cabin window view of a former navy ship, Djurgården, Stockholm, Sweden (taken in Summer 2017) Perspective noun /pəˈspek.tɪv/ A particular way of considering something. (Cambridge Dictionary) What are you seeing today? What aren’t you seeing today?
How are you today? asked Lucas with a big smile on his face. I wasn’t having a particularly great day but his smile was like a radiating sun that warmed and softened my heart. He instantly made my day better so I couldn’t resist but to smile back and say Yes I am! Thank you! …… Continue reading Efficiency is costly
I am guilty of this. I replace my phone before it breaks and I have a whole wardrobe of clothes that I don’t wear. People used to own only one pair of jeans or drive the same car for years. They would go to a shop for repairing should there be any problems. During the…… Continue reading Disposable culture