Hello my friends, I hope this week has seen you all safe and well. The song which is stuck in my head this week is Solstice Bells by Jethro Tull. A wonderful Celtic sounding song which always makes me sing along and smile. I celebrate solstice and I am grateful to see it come around … Continue reading Saturday Chaos and Nonsense
The above title is Happy Halloween in English, Scottish Gaelic, and Irish Gaelic. Modern Edinburgh Halloween reaching back to ancient Halloween Halloween has always been my favourite celebration of the year. Growing up in Rousay, an Orkney Island we had many traditions surrounding Halloween. Guising was an old tradition which involved dressing up, hence guising. … Continue reading Halloween – Oidhche Shamhna -Oíche Shamhna
Happy Beltaine one and all. I hope that the virus which has the world in its grip will loosen that deadly grip and vanish. Well; Mayday is the day for wishes and this is my wish. I also want the lessons learned from the lack of people in the world not to be forgotten. The … Continue reading Happy Beltaine
The roll out of 5g has concerned me since I started reading about it. I signed petitions, I posted about it and now I find myself posting again. If enough people sign petitions or take action, I hope, many more governments will take notice and stop this before it is too late. Click on the … Continue reading 5G Please click on the link. Help save us all
This is not a post about the movie "The Matrix". Although it is thought regarding that movie which influenced this writing. As a child, I constantly asked questions. I grew up and I continue to ask questions and to seek the truth about the ones people can't answer. I became aware of a plan headed … Continue reading The Red Pill? Or, The Blue Pill?
Aretha Franklin was an incredible woman with a voice that made a president cry. RIP Aretha, you will be missed greatly. My tribute to Aretha. This first song Chain Of Fools, I used to sing when I was just an itty bitty child. I used to try to sing like she did, but no … Continue reading Respect
The North wind doth blow and we shall have snow, And what will poor robin do then, poor thing? He'll sit in a barn and keep himself warm and hide his head under his wing, poor thing. The old nursery rhyme I remember singing it and thinking of the poor birds at this time of … Continue reading Yuletide Love and Blessings