Taking a train journey through snow, between Bucharest and medieval Sighisoara, in Romania, was an exciting and magical experience. Fresh snow blanketed the fields and the hills, while the trees were frozen in winter as the train approached the Carpathian Mountains.Continue reading “A Train Journey through Snow, in Romania”
Christmas 1914 – Truce Song was composed by talented Catherine Rushton in 2004. Ten years later she published this soulful, folk song online at a friend’s request. It has almost 13 000 views now.Continue reading “WW1, Christmas 1914 Truce Song by Catherine Rushton, Music Monday”
Star, Christmas HaikuContinue reading “Star, Christmas Haiku”
Hope, a Christmas Haiku just right for yuletide, Noel, Christmastime, Crăciun!Continue reading “Hope, Christmas Haiku”
Gingerbread Man, Christmas Haiku
Flour and smarties,
To build winter’s first snowman.
Sparrow’s Christmas lunch.
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