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In an alert released moments ago the US Capitol Police have instructed the complex to “return to normal operations.” (CNN) Ok – it’s time to put up the party decorations – CHANGE is on its way! [I can’t believe – … Continue reading
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You may know I am a big fan of Will Smith and I just stumbled upon this video talk – and l o v e it, haven’t finished watching it yet, but need to share NOW! (Read my fanmail on … Continue reading
While driving in Belgium yesterday, I heard this song on the car radio. It’s a soulful mellow track, from – what I understand – a father-to-be-rapper in awe with the creation of life: We are circles in time, we … Continue reading
Every thing of beauty is worth protesting for, is what I thought when I saw the unhappy face of the snowman, in my archive. Yes we did have winters and it is a thing of beauty, one of the exhilarating … Continue reading
There’s a stretch of land between the dyke along the IJmeer east of Amsterdam and Vattenfall’s energy plant, where I like to cycle, on my way to the ancient village of Muiden. The other day I went out early and … Continue reading
Staying in, staying up late, I worked on my father’s portrait again. I love the work of Matisse, his patterns and subjects. His parents had a fabric shop, he was born in heaven, and shared it with the world through … Continue reading