Tag Archives: music

Christmas wishes found in Crescent moonscape

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This is a gift from Mother Nature,

passed  on  from  me to you!

While  this  post  lists  fellow

bloggers who offer items

to purchase for your

holiday gifts.:

~ ~ * * * ~ ~

~ Art ~

° Inese, photography at:

http://inesemjphotography.com

• Kirt Tisdale, paintings, prints

and frameable photographs at:

http://thewallgallery.com

~ Books ~

• Balroop Singh, author at:

http://balroop2013.wordpress.com

° Carol Balawyder, author at:

http://carolbalawyder.com

• Christy Birmingham, author at:

http://poeticparfait.wordpress.com

° Kevin Cooper, author at:

http://kcbooksandmusic.wordpress.com

• Jill Weatherholt, author at:

http://jillweatherholt.wordpress.com

http://www.jillweatherholt.com

° D. Wallace Peach, author at:

http://mythsofthemirror.com

• Debby , author at:

http://dgkayewriter.com

° Christoph Fischer, author at:

http://christophfischerbooks.com

• Merril D. Smith, author at:

http://merrildsmith.wordpress.com

° Sheila Hurst, author at:

http://sheilahurst.wordpress.com

• Pamela S. Wight, author at:

http://roughwighting.net

° Luanne Castle, author at:

http://luannecastle.com

• Sally Georgina Cronin, author

and hostess of authors at:

http://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com

° John W. Howell, author at:

http://johnwhowell.com

• L.T. Garvin, author at:

http://broussardlana.wordpress.com

° Sue Vincent, author at:

http://scvincent.com

• Judith Barrow, author at:

http://judithbarrowblog.com

° Anneli Purchase, author at:

http://wordsfromanneli.com
•°• Ho ho ho! •°•

Happy Holidays!

to those who celebrate~

* Kwanzaa

Hanukkah *

* Christmas

and to those who don’t~

Enjoy your days off from work!

July 3, 2016: Sharing Joy in Music!

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Young musicians circulated with

bells,  cymbals,  sound sticks

while guitarist played & sang.

The audience of children and adults

suggested songs and songstress

complied. The baby Hendrix, now

getting quite social and excited,

proceeded to pound on the baby

stroller, drumming a pattern,

nodding his head and he

sang some notes to tune

he was quite familiar with,

“The Wheels on the Bus.”

Sister Marley was skipping

using a Hula Hoop with

bumblebee stripes.

*    *    🙂    *    *

Break out some music,

celebrating in

whatever

form you

desire!

Baby raccoons

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They look like they knew they were

posing for their picture taken on

bicycle and walking path

in the country.

Little girl, Ricki, hissed

while little boy, Rocky

chittered or clicked

at the camera,

despite their mannerly,

adorable appearance.

The silly song

“Muskrat Love,”

(This really dates me, but the

singers were “Captain and Tenille,”)

was playing in my imagination

as friend and coworker, Tammy

described the sounds emitted

to prevent anyone from picking

them up or trying to pet them.

In the song, the muskrats

were called Suzie and Sam.

Hope you have a close

encounter out in nature

sometime soon!

xoxoxo

Lavender plumes at Franklin Park Conservatory

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This makes you “ooh and ahh!”

It captures curiosity,

Lightning bolts striking,

Purple plumes sent out

from hands of craftsman,

Dale Chihuly,

blowing breath into molten glass.

°•° •°• °•° •°• °•°

Shattering all aspects of arts,

musical dancing purple feathers

possibly capturing not only ears

but hearts of the observers,

singer, musician, composer,

~ Prince ~

Mix rose, white, red, purple with

pain, tears from heaven, and

you imagine peace erupting

in all its splendour,

all its Glory.

•°• °•° •°•
Just a small

recognition of

two uniquely

special “artistes.”

Plus, shout out to

my brother who has

given me blown glass pieces,

made by himself with such beauty:

* Happy #59th Birthday, Randy! *

photo and words
by reocochran.
(April 22, 2014)

Thursday’s Doors ~ Delaware Cultural Arts Center

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This is a pen and ink drawing,

I made for an AAUW historical

homes tour which was held in

1990. The tickets costs were

donated to a girls science and math

camp called, “Be Wise.”

This building was featured

on a post where the Spring scene,

doors and windows are displayed.

It was built by the founder of

Blue Limestone Quarry,

in 1854. It is representative of the

Romanesque Revival style.

It is a perfect place for a small

reception, party or gathering.

This is a non-profit arts center,

featuring a location for all the

arts of music, dance, painting,

ceramics and storytelling.

Healthy mind and body

programs are offered

such as yoga, journaling

and bereavement classes.

Performances and

Reenactments

along with

rotating

exhibits,

held in the

Main Floor

Gallery.

Sign up now, for Children’s
Summer Art Lessons,
along with Art Camp
programs.
Also, come see the
Artists’ Guild Show,
Free to view
from now until,
May 25, 2016.

Photo taken by
reocochran.
Description
provided by Robin.

Check out a lovely group of
door seekers and photographers
found on Norm Frampton’s blog:
http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Norm has links to the other doors,
found in all areas of the world. 🙂

This is an addition to Norm Frampton’s
Thursday’s Doors posts, where you
may learn history and interesting
facts about doors from
around the world.

Please check Norm’s Doors post,
along with many links at:
http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com