Bryan Adams Rocks Belfast!

As I continue to enjoy my blogging slow down, I am unashamedly re-blogging another post. I hope you enjoy this musical interlude. I first saw Bryan Adams in Edinburgh on 20th February 1984, supporting Tina Turner on her “Private Dancer” Tour. I attended a second concert when Bryan was a most deserving lead performer. On 11 May 2016, I watched Bryan play […]

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Rainbows Over Belfast

Titanic Belfast Today I am re-posting a taster from the prologue of my memoir  “Watching the Daisies – Life Lessons on the Importance of Slow.” “Rainbows Over Belfast,” describes my colourful experiences at a Tom Jones concert, in August 2012. “Seconds later, a series of efficient roadies dressed in sombre shades of black, grey and olive clear the stage for Sir […]

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A Wise Cat

Titanic Belfast The fate of Titanic’s human passengers is well documented but what happened to all of the animals on board? Last week, I learned the story of the ships cat Jenny who had become a mother shortly before Titanic’s fateful maiden voyage.  Titanic docked at Southampton on 10 April 1912, and Jenny carried her kittens off the ship, one by one.  When […]

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