Do you remember when you used to get toys in the packets of cereal? As a kid I would love to make portions and perfumes. Then I started to get into properties of liquids and solids. There was one experiment where I mixed a few household ingredients and ended up with a thick mass. It… Continue reading Cereal Toys
So we had been in Marrakesh or a week and finally landed... Time to relax over the weekend - right? Nope... We had other ideas. You see my partner is the lead singer in Some Weird Sin, a punk rock band that has reformed after 30 years, and they had a gig.... in Knighton. So… Continue reading The Day After
Prompt was music library... Wouldn't it be great if you could go to a library and borrow musical instruments just like books... Digital and only 30 minutes. I ran out of time but you can get the concept...
My writing is normally done with a pair of headphones on and music playing. This allows me to go into my own world and create. I can write without music but I find it difficult. It give my writing form and flow. So here is my current songs, or a selection of as I have… Continue reading My inspiration – my mix tape masterpiece
Practice Makes Perfect There is one thing... I have always wanted to be in an orchestra and to play an instrument. I was recently out and someone had turned to me - do you read music? This was a little left field but apart from being startled for a moment I smiled and said -… Continue reading Daily Prompt – practice makes perfect
I was listening to the radio today and they were talking about sound-tracks to your life. I hadn't really thought about it. I am not a great person for buying music. Throughout my buying life I have only accumulated 40 CDs. Most of my music comes from the radio, but I do have some that… Continue reading Sound Tracks
“a lesson in... music” At school I was given a choice, except it was worded to make me not have any choice at all. “Steven, you have got through the auditions and you can play either the flute or the trombone.” Excellent I thought and was about to choose the flute when the teacher continued.… Continue reading “a lesson in… music”