Despite what the last I’m-not-sure-how-many-posts would have you believe, we continue to keep busy with outings and activities in NYC as well as our travels further afield, and before we get too distracted by festive frivolities I wanted to (finally) write about a couple of performances I went to last month. Continue reading
A belated Happy Easter! Continue reading
Last Thursday evening I went to the most interesting concert. One of the many things I love about St Barts is that they host a number of concerts throughout the year, aptly entitled the Great Music series, and this was one such occasion. Continue reading
December this year has been more than usually crammed with concerts (both singing and attending) and, with a novel festive twist, we also recorded a financial version of the 12 days of Christmas for CNN. Continue reading
This year I learned that Thanksgiving became a formal public holiday under Abraham Lincoln, as a kind of combination harvest festival and national day. Puritans and Indians notwithstanding, I was pleased to see a contemporary interpretation of the intentions laid out by Lincoln as people turned to social media (as well as, presumably, more traditional channels) to highlight all kinds of things about which they were feeling thankful. This in turn reminded me that even though life has been feeling a little routine of late (hence the recent lack of updates) we do indeed have a great deal to be thankful for.
I can’t quite believe it’s been so long since my last post – the last month or so has just flown past. As usual we’ve been keeping busy with all sorts of things, so what follows is just a few highlights. (We did also have a 2 week trip to England in that time, but all I’ll say about that is how lovely it was to catch up with as many friends and relations as we could cram in to the timeframe.)