Monthly Archives: November 2012

(Very) Old Music Memories

This one popped up this morning! Gosh! It’s been years (no, really!). Behold, the Portuguese version of Sesame Street!

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Music: connecting people since the dawn of time…

Today music is helping me stay connected to a time, a place, and a culture. While I work, I’m listening to the CD of a concert I went to back in April 2008 (what?! That long ago already? Geesh!). I’ve … Continue reading

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Rockin’ around a Pohutukawa tree

One of the things I resent the most about the US cultural hegemony is having spent so many Christmas as a child wishing and hoping for snow. I was really under the believe that a perfect Christmas was not complete without snow. … Continue reading

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Help on what is really needed

In Portuguese we have a saying that goes something like “Good intentions is what hell is filled with”. The campaign “Africa for Norway” stresses this point, in a way. It intends to raise awareness of how many aid campaigns are … Continue reading

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Full of music

My head is full of music this morning. These are two of the songs currently playing.  

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Something to remember

Yes, I know the US elections have passed, but this is something for women everywhere to always remember and, today, it’s in my head!

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Rollin’

Proud Mary in my head this Saturday morning…

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