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Calling for "Love Is In Da Blog" Music prompts

Hello out there, how are you doing? Is life treating you well? I very much hope so and if not feel hugged by healing energy. February 2020 is slowly approaching and I start planning next years “Love Is In Da Blog“. I decided to keep it a musical blog event as last year’s musical topic was such a success. And while I love choosing prompts … Continue reading Calling for "Love Is In Da Blog" Music prompts

#GoodNewsTuesday ~ Chris & Jet Walk the UK

Hello out there dear people of the blogosphere, how are you? I hope life is treating you well and if not that you always find someone to turn to. Today I introduce you to Chris Lewis and his rescue dog Jet. The best husband (Jeremy Clarkson voice) in the world and I found out about them last year August when we were watching The Travel … Continue reading #GoodNewsTuesday ~ Chris & Jet Walk the UK

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#MusicMonday ~ Travel The World and Back in Time ~ Lithuania ~ Hirsch Glick

Hello out there, how are you? I hope you are well and if not rest assured my thoughts and prayers go out to you. And this is not just a phrase. I do pray for all my fellow bloggers and blog readers every day. I do not need to know you or what you are struggling with. My blessings come your way anyway.  Today is … Continue reading #MusicMonday ~ Travel The World and Back in Time ~ Lithuania ~ Hirsch Glick

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#ClimateJusticeSaturday ~ Introducing Ken Smith fighting for workers rights in a climate changing world

Hello, out there how are you? I hope you are well and that your world is able to adjust well to this climate-changing world. There are people out there who fight for acknowledgement of the climate crisis which is already happening all over the place. We in the so-called “developed” world just are not told about it. That is why it is important to me … Continue reading #ClimateJusticeSaturday ~ Introducing Ken Smith fighting for workers rights in a climate changing world

Blast from the Past: Music Monday ~ No Nos Moveran ~ Joan Baez

For all those who fight for peace, freedom and justice! “…The activist anthem “We Shall Not Be Moved” expresses resolve in the face of adversity; it helps members of social movements persevere in their struggles to build a better world. The exact origins of the song are unknown, but it appears to have begun as a Protestant revival song sung by rural whites and African … Continue reading Blast from the Past: Music Monday ~ No Nos Moveran ~ Joan Baez

#WordlessWednesday ~ Food glorious Food

Hello out there how are you doing? I hope you are well and if not feel embraced by healing energy. Or grab a cuppa of something nice and get a cookie 😉 I am taking part in Wordless Wednesday more often again but most Wordless Wednesday posts I am visiting are on blogger blogs. So I decided to move my Wordless Wednesday posts to a … Continue reading #WordlessWednesday ~ Food glorious Food

#GoodNewsTuesday: At long last, smallest Californian Native Tribe has land to call their own

Hello out there, how are you? I hope your Tuesday is rocking and rolling and that no negativity is bugging you. Let’s roll with some good news, shall we??? In December this post by the Good News Network got my attention: At long last, smallest Californian Native Tribe has land to call their own According to the article, the tribe is so decimated that the … Continue reading #GoodNewsTuesday: At long last, smallest Californian Native Tribe has land to call their own

#MusicMonday ~ Travel the World ~ Iceland ~ Sykur

Hello, out there are you ready for another week? Do you want to start with some music? Ok then… let’s go to Iceland. Of course, some Icelandic musicians are known all over the world. Most famously Bjork. But Iceland seems to have a wonderfully dynamic musical scene. I discovered Kaleo in 2018 and am absolutely taken by their music. But when I looked for a … Continue reading #MusicMonday ~ Travel the World ~ Iceland ~ Sykur

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#ClimateJusticeSaturday ~ Sharan Burrow, General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation on how climate change affects the work force

Hello out there, how are you doing? I hope life is treating you well and if not that there is always someone to support you. In the last couple of Saturdays, I introduced you climate activists from all over the world which I learned about from Mary Robinson’s book “Climate Justice – A Man-Made Problem with a Feminist Solution” (the book is known under several … Continue reading #ClimateJusticeSaturday ~ Sharan Burrow, General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation on how climate change affects the work force

Blast from the Past: Book review: February the Fifth/ Buchbesprechung: February the Fifth

September 2017 A book I thoroughly enjoyed in March 2012: February The Fifth by Derek Haines My rating: 4 of 5 stars Rarely laughed so much: When February Gregorian the Fifth wakes up one morning just find out that his father August and two elder brothers March and October have vanished and he is next in line to become The Supreme Potentate of the twelve … Continue reading Blast from the Past: Book review: February the Fifth/ Buchbesprechung: February the Fifth