Poster Wall

Layers

Street posters, Aarhus Denmark

 

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The Music Men (and Women)

March On

I saw this band one evening near Rossio Square (Praça do Rossio, also known as Praça de D. Pedro IV). It was part of a small procession just getting ready to set off. The group was led by a young woman carrying flags and banners and an older woman. I have no idea what or who they were commemorating. If anyone does, let me know. Shortly after these pictures were taken, the group began walking north, destination unknown.

 

 

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Happy 2018

For Auld Lang Syne

2017 has ended. We have all survived, I hope. Welcome to 2018. Wishing my family, friends, fellow bloggers and anyone looking at this post a wonderful and prosperous new year.

 

Almost 2018

Same Old Lang Syne

 

 

Holiday Music I Love # 20

Happy Christmas to one and all

What child Is This

Andrea Bocelli and Mary J. Blige. I love this version.

 

I am a bit short in holiday spirit this year. Glum about the United States, the world, the environment . . .  I could go on. So, to help my mood I am going to post some of my favorite Christmas and Holiday songs. They won’t be in any special order, just ones I have played and replayed over the years. Some of them might be religious, even though I’m not. But the spirit of giving, celebrating, sharing, and caring (that is Christmas to me) is in all of us, regardless of our faith or lack thereof.

 

Holiday Music I Love # 19

Mr Magoo’s Christmas Carol:The Lord’s Bright Blessing

My all time Christmas special. It was broadcast on Christmas Eve for several years when I was young. If you have time, check out the whole show. It has a great message we should all pay attention to.

 

I am a bit short in holiday spirit this year. Glum about the United States, the world, the environment . . .  I could go on. So, to help my mood I am going to post some of my favorite Christmas and Holiday songs. They won’t be in any special order, just ones I have played and replayed over the years. Family is so important to me at Christmas. After so many years of gathering at home, I am always a bit sad at Christmas because I miss the laughter and the fun.

 

 

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