My parents bought a piano for my sister to start having lessons, at around the age of six. I would’ve been around three years old at that time – too young to have lessons, but old enough to be intrigued by the musical piece of furniture in the corner of the room. I began toContinue reading “The Piano in the Corner – theoretical misgivings”
On this blog I mainly write about running. Generally personal running challenges or the things that I get up to with the Green Heart Runners, with the occasional poem or song thrown in. This may give an impression that my most important hobby and the activity that defines me most, or that I would mostContinue reading “The Piano in the Corner – a preface”
These are some Christmas tunes to fall asleep to – the mellow and reflective kind!
Sunday today and my head is low, the light in my room is so dim,Sun shining bright but the curtains are drawn, I won’t be rushed by Him. Lazily lazily, nothing too fast, I’m waiting for the penny to drop,Coffee is black, my cheeks are white, I like my eggs sunny side up. This isContinue reading “This is my journey”
My colleague and friend Sally Brooks and I have done some performances on our University’s dedicated staff Facebook page which was set-up just after the campus was on restricted operations and access. Sally then came up with the idea of going all “Gary Barlow Crooner”. And this is what we came up with. Hope youContinue reading “Lean on me”