Welcome to my regular Friday song/tune day, ladies and gentlemen, where I pick a piece of music that reflects my mood or the times, to share with you.
Do you ever think about the future death of your loved ones, or your own future death? I try not to but this pandemic kind of got me thinking along those lines. Unfortunately, or fortunately, that led to a song popping into my head. Has that happened to you or am I the only weird one? And then other songs recorded and/or written by that person who sang the first mind-popping song, kept popping into my head too.
The delightful Pauline from Living in Paradise has invited me to take part in a 3-day Quote Challenge. I’ve made it to Day 3. Yay! You can see my Day 1 quote post here and my Day 2 quote post here. Instead of a final quote, I am going to finish off with a proverb. You know what it is already, because I have used it as the title of this post:
“All sunshine and no rain makes a desert.” From an Arab Proverb
This is the last in my series of National Folk Festival (the Nash) posts. The title of this post is taken from Canberra poet, Josh Inman’s poem, ‘I Am a Folk Festival‘, that I heard him perform at the Nash last weekend. Josh said that the moment he steps through the gate he gets a shiver, a sense of freedom. This perfectly sums up the way I feel about the Nash. Josh said ordinary people live ordinary lives. But the Nash is extraordinary. It makes everything seem possible. We can be extraordinary. So, he would rather be a folk festival. That really spoke to me. I can be a folk festival too. Is that too corny? I guess you had to be there. Read more
I’ve just returned from five days in a perfect world, my National Folk Festival (Australia). I want to write lots about it, and I will. But in the meantime, here are a few photos that convey the daily prompt, ‘radiant’. Read more