Remembering Notre Dame

  What happened yesterday was too horrible to comprehend. I had to gather my thoughts about my experience with the great cathedral.   As a child, I loved to look at my parents’ photo albums. In 1949, the year after they were married they went to France in a group tour through war-scarred Europe to get there.  The Notre Dame […]

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Gone, But Not Forgotten

Inspired by this text at the “photo challenge” I immediately thought about by parents who died some years ago. The first picture symbolises my father’s creative skills. He was very shy due to things he had gone through and expressed himself in creative ways and in my childhood I just knew he could make and fix anything.     The other […]

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Memory Exercising

Photo from Angela Hewitt’s annual Trasimeno music festival.  Loving classical music I combine the passion with training my brain to remember things. Before I got to know and appreciate classical music I unconsciously did the same memory game as a teenager. What did I hear and which band was playing? The Beach Boys? The Kinks or the Animals? The Doors […]

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