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- A few days with a little person
- Aunts and Uncles
- Azure sky
- Bright summers morning
- Deep blue see
- Having fun
- Holiday in France
- Las Vegas
- lemon groves.Relaxation
- Life Energy
- Music in my head.
- My new book
- Qualicum Beach
- Singing and Dancing in he early Morning
- The Beautiful Flowers
- The Boomer Generation
- The Communication Generation
- The Fourth Generation
- The Lotus Generation
- Vancouver Island.
Monthly Archives: September 2014
Originally posted on In Pursuit of Adventure:
My absolutely favorite book about travel is called The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova. It is a tale of three intersecting timelines of a family working together to track down and eliminate Dracula. The…
Things that go bump in the night. You must do the things you think you cannot do. Eleanor Roosevelt.
Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here. Max Ehrmann, “Desiderata” THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT. … Continue reading
wonderful memories of this place…
Originally posted on Plus Ultra:
Over dinner one night, many months ago, mother told us something I would never forget. “Actually,” she said in Cantonese, “you [two] are sons of the Southern Sea.” I do not recall the context of…
We chatted about this and that and then stopped for coffee before we hit the A 27. This was the road that would take us along the coast to Chichester. He put on Radio Three and so I moved my … Continue reading
Canovelles Sunday Market in Pictures.
Eat here: Yellow River Cafe, Hoi An, Vietnam.
The human condition means that very quickly the unfamiliar becomes familiar and a sense of normality prevails.Twice a week there was a large market dating back centuries. The flower selling with their magnificent displays meant that I could fill my … Continue reading