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2016-03-19 18:53
 What is it about the music of this man that captivates me.  I've been reading a biogaphy of Louis recently and it has taken me on a journey through his life and music.  For a… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
It seems that I need to carry this on.  I have a need to record my way through life before I forget it all.  I'm just back from a very swift trip to Korea and while I was passing t… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
2010 - It's a big number, and getting bigger every year funnily enough.  I finally shook off the post-festive lethargy today and got the bike out.  After a small adjustment I was q… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
I'm sixty this year, in fact in June past. It's the kind of number that makes one pause for thought. The usual topics come to mind; the flabbing body, the turkey neck, worries about the pro… Read More
2009-08-30 20:42
I've had this blog blocked for some time now, nearly a year, and I think it may be time to dip my toe in the blogosphere again. What do you think? Read More
A Good Ride
2008-09-15 21:02
Taking a leaf from The Ill Man's book I wended my way down the coast yesterday - to Largs. I wasn't looking for antique football parks but. No, I was merely stravaigin' on the bike. In the o… Read More
The Gathering - A Lost Cause
2008-09-12 07:36
I wasn't getting on well with reading The Gathering by Anne Enright. Somehow I've been too busy recently to do justice to it as it is a book which demands the reader's attention. I was work… Read More
It's All Go
2008-08-20 16:28
Well bugger me. It's been over a month since I last updated the blog so I'm feeling guilty not informing the world of my intricate little life.Thing is my reading has taken a back seat while… Read More
2008-07-24 16:13
And think for yourselves. The number of people googling "show how attributes traditionally associated with masculinity and femininity are contrasted in Pygmalion" or Medea or whatever and r… Read More

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