Normality, an alternative

Some questions in life alternatively require
– a glass of wine shared with a person in close connection.

Maybe describing ourselves as being alternative could be a bit weird expression.
By that we have said that others are normal – what is normality.?
It may not be the numbers, a well-known danish entertainer asked:
Are the majority right because being the wisest or because being the most.?
* Niels Hausgaard – danish entertainer *

Inspired by this week theme from “Snow melts somewhere” and “Forestwood


Missing adventure

Every time this street in Alsace passes,
then there is a Julliet missing on one of all those balconies
– where there is a singing Romeo underneath.
But the adventure also happened in Verona, as I remember.?

Inspired by this week theme from “Snow melts somewhere” and “Forestwood

Same way as every year

Most of all the lovely germans are electric these days.
They celebrate the famous “October-fest“, the world’s largest folk party.
– funnily enough, it always start in september, but ends in october.
The city of Cologne is no exception, or not even germans aboard.
They have taken the tradition wherever in the world they live.

In some places it is almost formally “Oxford German” (didn’t said boring)
Elsewhere there is excellent party atmosphere in huge tents.

Inspired by “Snow melts somewhere” and my friend Amanda from DownUnder.

Live with sympathy

Complete humans are humans with the ability to feel, to feel sympathy .

Music especially live music often make us touch our inner feeling
and leave most kind of trouble behind us for a moment.
Almost like a knot to be untied, like spiritual massage.
The pictures are from last year, an outdoor concert listening to
“You’ll never walk alone”.

Inspired by Friendly Friday from Forestwoodfolkart.

When you walk through a storm
Hold your head up high
And don’t be afraid of the dark
At the end of a storm
There’s a golden sky
And the sweet silver song of a lark
Walk on through the wind
Walk on through the rain
Though your dreams be tossed and blown
Walk on, walk on
With hope in your heart
Gerry and the Pacemakers /
The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “Carousel”.

Abandonment in art

The (in my opinion) very talented danish artist Mie Olise (Kjaergaard).
Living respectively in Copenhagen and the Big Apple – educated in London.
Enjoying her art and sparkling my fascination for “abandonment”
– which I often find reflected in her works of art.

Inspired by Friendly Friday at Forestwoodfolkart here