Saturday 1st June (half way through 2013 and nothing to show for it.) I was up at 5.35am with David who went walking in Cumbria with his work colleagues. I on the other hand was stuck at home but enjoyed the sunshine although it was too cold to sunbathe, ordered a vegetable Shahi from my favourite Indian restaurant Saffron and enjoyed a whole bottle of JP Chenet Chardonnay-Sauvignon. 😀 Bliss!
During the day I was busy creatively as I mixed my ‘theme tune’ Gustav Mahler’s 6th Symphony: the Andante with Jonathan Firth’s readings of Daphne du Maurier’s audiobook I’ll Never be Young Again. I had to be extra careful as I did not want to destroy my favorite music.
I think I achieved something better than the Mahler’s 10th mix I made earlier in the year. I think the readings suggesting nature and the music by Mahler complimented each other perfectly. I am very happy with the result.
What do you think? I would love some feedback? 🙂
Christine that was AMAZING !!! your creativity streak is certainly top knotch….Luved it….was listening whilst looking out towards Bosworth Battle Field…the description of the fields and mountains really came to life as I stared across the rape covered yellow fields which contrasted with the different greens of the trees and the rest of the terrain in front of me.
Well done xx keep em coming..
Thanks for listening Carol. Glad you enjoyed! 🙂