Tag Archives: sound

Woodland breeze

Hello folks!

Having just shared about the wonders of being outdoors I just wanted to encourage those readers living in the UK especially In the midlands area that Bluebell walk in Shrawley Wood is well worth an afternoon visit!

It would also be lovely for students new to the area, Internationals and tourists visiting Worcestershire to experience as it is quintessentially British, and really the best of England outdoors!

The sounds of birds, lambs, and bees is just so other than what you normally hear, and the smells!!!

Oh the flowers smell glorious! It is most certainly soul food! Continue reading

Cultural Treasures

It is not a secret to anyone who knows me that I love to experience different cultures and that I delight in discovering the beauty in differences. I have been on journeys to various continents and countries most of which it was a complete surprise I was able to go and all of which was a complete surprise of what I found. Each and every experience had an effect on me in different degrees, this effect I can only explain as an expanding of my heart.

The most recent of my cultural experiences came from a really unexpected direction. Continue reading

Om Du Möter Varg

Detektivbyrån (“The Detective Agency”) was a Swedish electronica and folk music trio from Gothenburg. The group consisted of Anders “Flanders” Molin (accordion, music box), Martin “MacGyver” Molin (glockenspiel, traktofon, toy piano, Theremin) and Jon Nils Emanuel Ekström drums, sound box, small bells.