Last night (28/2/2017), I had a dream where I was in South Carolina talking to a former work colleague about Senior Care. In her case it was about how to arrange care for her elderly parents in India. In my case, it started about me but soon morphed into taking care of the cat. The […]Read more "Senior Care"
For those of you who don’t know, I’ve been a member of the SGI (Soka Gakkai International) since 1993 practising firstly in the UK and then in the USA and now back in the UK. The reason I mention this because every year the SGI has a theme. 2017’s is “The Year of developing youth in the […]Read more "2017 – The Year of Transformation"
I realized / discovered at the end of 2016 that I’d been mildly depressed for the previous 4-6 months, maybe a little longer. Some of it is to due with me being in mourning for my old life. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not missing my job or working. I am missing the social aspects […]Read more "My New Normal"
It’s been quite a while since I posted anything. It’s amazing how quickly, “I’ll do it tomorrow” becomes next week, next month, etc. As I sat down to start this post, the cat trotted over, threw up and walked away. I’m not sure if it was his comment on 2016, a prediction for 2017 or […]Read more "Been a while"
So, a slim majority of people voted for Britain to leave the EU. What does that mean? The short answer is nobody knows. The UK hasn’t officially told the EU that it’s leaving. And won’t until October, at the earliest. Then the UK and the EU have 2 years to negotiate the terms of the […]Read more "BREXIT"
Last weekend, I went to a Eurovision party. Briefly, Eurovision is a song contest started in 1956 with a few Western European countries that’s now expanded to 42 countries including those well known European countries Israel and Australia. Not wanting to keep you in suspense The Ukraine won with a catchy little tune called 1944. Russia, who were […]Read more "Eurovision Party"
Briefly, I’ve been so busy lately that I haven’t been keeping the blog up to date. Much of it is things that wouldn’t work so well on the blog. Much as things like Leonardo da Vinci: The Mechanics of Genius is a wonderful exhibition, it’s only on for a few months and isn’t likely to travel […]Read more "A week in the life of"