This summer (this year actually) is clean-up time. That means pushing forward old music projects to wear big-girl pants in the world, the first of which will be a release of a single in the late summer – details to come! It’s also going through piles of stuff, including some beloved childhood books. I came across one from my mother’s childhood, Manners Can Be Fun, by Munro Leaf, who wrote gems like Ferninand, and How to Behave and Why.
I always look forward to the explosion of one hundred different kinds of daffodils (yes!) we have planted in our field. They are sturdy, little miracles of subtle scents, whites, yellows, frills and bells. They announce love, no matter what. It’s a nice break to go outside, away from the intensive preparations for my composition […]
“I dream of my ancestors. I dream of a roof that does not leak” – Elina Makhubela I had wondered, attending a family memorial in the Timbavati bushveld in South Africa, what kind of spirit was left in the family as the older generation passed away. So much had happened that was tragic and disconnected. […]