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In early March I received a friendly email from my domain neighbours, The Tin Forest. The Marketing & Press Officer for the National Theatre of Scotland wanted to let me know that the company is putting on a large scale participatory arts project called The Tin Forest, which is part of the Cultural Programme of […]
As I cast back through the past year and take stock of where I’ve been and what I’ve done over the past 12 months, I remember a post I wrote a couple of months back. In that post, i created a list of activities and pursuits that I missed and what to remind myself of. […]
As life gets busy and I get swept up in the ebb and flow of various projects & distractions, I took some time out to reflect on some things that I miss doing. My goal for the next year? Carve out time for these things that give me life and hope and a sense of […]
Spent a good chunk of a dazzling spring day wandering through the grave stones at Vancouver’s Mountain View Cemetery . We followed a self-guided walking tour on the smart phone that led us through the Fields of Honour, the Chinese section, the Infant Areas, the Firefighters section, the Japanese section, and the Fraternal Groups (Masons, […]
It has been over a year since I’ve mused in these pages. I’ve certainly shared micro-thoughts via Twitter and have written long form in my writing books but no web musings until today. I find myself in the midst of spring blossoms and gentle days, all the promise of the flourishing season. I’m reminded though […]
Aaahhh, breathe in deeply the soft moist air of the temperate rainforest. A hint of cherry blossoms and a dash of salt tickle my nose. When the sun shines, my eyes are amazed by the croci standing at attention and boasting their bright colours. Yesterday, I went for a long walk in the neighbourhood. I […]
Had my first authentic St. Patrick’s Day celebration at the Irish Heather earlier this evening. Delicious meal of potato leek soup, salmon with turnips and 2 blacks (Guinness with black currant syrup – delicious!), pipe band, crowds and festive singing. Yes, I do I have some Irish in my background, but it took me this […]
CDBaby pushes out regular posts to subscribers called “DIY Musician.” The articles are full of great ideas from folks who are slogging away as indie artists. One that caught my attention recently was on a concept the writer, Chris R., calls “3P” – a sensible way to break down the recording of a full-length project […]