Monthly Archives: September 2015

Dressing the Part.

  “You’d be appalled at what some people wear in the bush!” I’d reached The Architect via email while he and Corporate Creature (Ret.) were recovering from severe jet-lag and an elephant charge during outdoor shower time, with a self-imposed … Continue reading

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Listening for a Motto for the Day.

“Accessible without being mundane.”  — Leonard Bernstein on “Beethoven’s 9th Symphony.” Begin the morning with an inspiring piece of music. Today on “Performance Today“, Mr. Child featured songs about peace in celebration of the International Day of Peace. It was … Continue reading

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Half Measures

The other day, this fellow perched here and I had a conversation. It revolved around many things (that kick by Liverpool against Man U.!), not the least of which was the all-important subject of patterned clothing. I’m all for it … Continue reading

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