Since yesterday I didn’t post a song, today i’ll compensate.
This song is from the movie Moulin Rouge and it’s performed by Ewan McGregor (and Alessandro Safina).
Personally, I like this performance, even if I am not aware of what Sir Elton John has in mind about it.
I stopped to trust his opinion since recently I read him saying somewhere in a interview, that James Blunt’s song You’re beautiful is the new equivalent of Your Song.
This morning I was sent this:
Do you happen to know the feeling of déjà vu while watching it? :-)
(Thank you, diva, for sending me the link).
Here is my song for today: click
There’s nothing occasional with Blur, especially in the style of this video…
In this category I’ll put
everyday from time to time one song (with video), which is corresponding with how I feel. (more…)
Some people got this teddy bear as a Christmas card from me, but probably few of them know, that initially it was born because of Michel, who likes fairy tales.
After he asked me, I publish the bear here in two versions.
Which one do you prefer? :-)
Last night me and Michel have been invited for some crème brûlée in Before & After. For the first time we visited this place, more famous with the tango lessons in Sunday evening.
Together with Vanya and Vladi (they are responsible for the choice of place) we spent a wonderful evening. We didn’t dance only because of our complete impossibility to do it, without first to take ten lessons-or-something. But our table was helpfully covered with some brown paper and few pencils were left there in a small glass. Everything arranged so unobtrusively, but disposing to draw something after the very good and stylish dinner (not only the brûlée deserves some attention;-))
Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
Here I am – a fresh new blog/website… And lots of white pages to fill in the days to come… Doing small steps, one at a time, can lead you on a long way.
So I’m simply happy that I started :-)
The main – MOLIF- it’s a joke. In Bulgarian, my native language, the word means pencil, but when it’s written MOLIV. (and in cyrillic, of course).
It has also another sense, but I’ll clear this up later. :-)