But not forgotten!Can you have too many cats? Is there anything you’d like to know about the person behind this blog? (My about page is, rather unhelpful).
(Irish Gaelic) Maraíodh Brian Boru chun beatha na hÉireann Síochain in gCuige Uladh agus i mBaile ‘Cliath Aontacht an teaghlaigh, aontacht na dtuath Aontacht an domhain is na gCeilteach Diouzh nerzh ar c’hadou da nerzh an ehan Diouzh ‘bed doueek bennozh ar c’haroud O neart an chatha go neart na síochana On bhith dhiaga … More Brian boru
And come tell me Sean O’Farrell tell me why you hurry so Husha buachaill hush and listen and his cheeks were all a glow I bare orders from the captain get you ready quick and soon For the pikes must be together by the rising of the moon By the rising of the moon, by … More “By the rising of the Moon”
The farmer plows the same soil over, Plants this year’s corn on last year’s clover, Walks the new rows That this year knows, Where last year’s rows are seen no more, And finds that some new harvest grows Where some old harvest grew before. And like the farmer’s field is duty: The oldest task … More The same things over
This one is definitely my favorite.
It’s not the best of titles. But, it will do! You can either take this as rhetorical or make a comment. Have you ever noticed how a composer will (often times) take a simple little pattern like this: And make subtle changes to it. But suddenly, he makes the original pattern reappear. like a blazing … More Circles of music
Or, the tale behind Thursday’s chaos. All greenhouse stock went fifty percent off at Runnings. so of course we had to go and I couldn’t just leave that beautiful Calla Lilly just sit there now could I? 🙂 One of the leaves was tinged with yellow. Little did I know, This was the beginning of … More My poor sweet Calla Lily