Gentle reader: Might I please take this opportunity to wish you the loveliest possible Christmas? A short wee post of seasonal well wishing!
A short post about an odd moment of peacock-related #Sketchulence synchronicity (featuring the amazing artwork of @PoonamMunshi).
Words – written or spoken, whispered or sung – can take you to some fantastic place. Celebrating the lovely writing of Chris Difford.
Our values should be a constant through life’s journey. Pinned permanently to the top of the Twitter timeline of my friend David D’Souza are some wise words from US comedian Jon Stewart on values: “If you don’t stick to your values when they are being tested, they aren’t values: they are hobbies” "If you don't […]
Of time, memory, music, hope, despair… and the path through the fog, via OutKast’s Aquemini and the wise words of Michael Scott Moore.
What a way to make a living… Revisiting the classic film 9 to 5 in 2018. So much has changed. But too much remains the same. We’re only just beginning!
Victory at all costs for today is a dead end. Tomorrow will be here soon enough. Always think about tomorrow.
Some words on Griefcast live, in which Cariad Lloyd, Katherine Ryan and Emma Freud met at BFI London for an upbeat and cathartic podcast chat on death, mortality and the grieving process.
Remember, remember, the fifth of November… A very short post to mark five years since my entry into the world of blogging, and to thank you, gentle reader, for taking the time to read my words.
#Inktober2018 is over. I have absolutely loved it! Duncan Hannah. Here’s my fifth and final set of #Inktober doodlings, featuring John Lennon, shadows, a bigshot pigeon and a 60s mod girl.