Tag Archives: Covid 19 Lockdown

Lockdown Day 66 – 31 May 2020 – Thank You, I Will be Back

Thank You, I Will be Back It is a perfect autumn day in Cape Town. As I make my first cuppa of the day, I catch myself singing Sunday Morning Coming Down. There is something to a Sunday. There is … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 65 – 30 May 2020 – Expectations

Expectations Mozart – Violin Concertos Nos.3,4,5,1,2 & Rondo + Presentation This morning I read this article on Facebook. It is not long, easy to read and gives good insight. If you follow my posts, I am sure you will like … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 64 – 29 May 2020 – Then What?

Then what Yesterday evening I lay in bed reading Seth Godin’s book “small is the new big.” This one got me thinking: Assume that: Hard drive space is free Wifi like connections are everywhere Connections speeds are 10 to 100 … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 63 – 28 May 2020 – Hazy Shade of Winter

It is Simon & Garfunkel’s Hazy Shade of Winter today. It is cold and rainy. How lucky am I to sit in my own house. Dry and warm. It is in winter that living on the streets must be worst. … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 62 – 27 May 2020 – What’s Your Excuse?

Once Upon A Time In The West -TOSKANA If you like nice photos, then do watch the video. Tuscany is a beautiful area and makes for good photos. “Desire is the starting point of all achievement, not a hope, not … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 61 – 26 May 2020 – A Single Story

  The danger of a single story is an excellent TED talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie The video is embedded below. I borrow the title of this post from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It seems I am hearing a lot of … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 58 23 May 2020 – Some Dreams are More Equal

“The LIFE we were BORN to LIVE.” Paul Potts stuns the judges singing Nessun Dorma | Audition | Britain’s Got Talent 2007   When I was a young boy, I watched the movie Finians Rainbow. I have no clue about … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 58 22 May 2020 – What is Important

Schubert – Serenade “In true love the smallest distance is too great, and the greatest distance can be bridged.” – Hans Nouwens “A hug for you means I need you. A kiss for you means I love you. A call … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 56 21 May 2020 – Safe Space Happy Place

Wagner’s Tannhäuser Overture brings calm in the chaos. My eldest granddaughter is 5 years old today. I always wanted grandchildren. I knew they will change my life – just never how much my life would change. I am glad for … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 55 20 May 2020 – Where have all the Humour Gone?

Jeremy Taylor – Ag Pleez Daddy Day 55 and the jokes are getting less. Over the weekend I realised that I get links and videos, but it is mostly about the virus or another conspiracy theory. Fortunately there are people … Continue reading

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