As I walk by the rushing stream
And plan my life with dreams
I stop and watch the world go by
And often wonder why…
I invite you to finish the unfinished poem,
Listening to the radio
Our favorite song plays
I look at him
and he says..
”shall we dance?”
Of course I oblige
I always do
”There is not much I adore more
than dancing with you”
Strolling through town
on a sunny day
The street players singing
and you say
”shall we dance?”
My lover and I
dance every day
Under the night moon
and the light of the day
Wrapped in his arms
My head on his chest
My dancing lover
Is surely the best
I cam across this interview whilst browsing and it made me smile!
I had chance to spend a few days in London last week and hearing about the poppies I had to go see them for myself.
Each poppy represents a soldier who lost their life in the Great War, which Britain entered 100 years ago this month.
I was very moved at the sight.
You can buy one of these beautiful ceramic poppies for £25 and the proceeds will go towards six service charities. Please click here Buy a poppy .
The photo’s were taken by myself.
Some wouldn’t agree, but as the City of my birth I have a soft spot. We still have much to shout about!
Bradford is worth a second look (Picture: Tim Green/Flickr)
Bradford – it may not be the city that comes to everyone’s mind first as the greatest place in the UK.
But those of us who were born and raised there, or discovered it later in life, know it has a surprising amount to offer.
From its fantastic mix of famous sons and fabulous food to green spaces and culture – here’s why Bradford deserves a second look.
1. It’s given birth to some world class talent
If it wasn’t for Bradford, these guys would be a man down for a start (Picture: AP)
David Hockney, the Bronte sisters, JB Priestley and Frederick Delius all hailed from Bradford, as does Dynamo and only One Direction’s Zayn Malik. It must be something in the Yorkshire Water.
2. Bradford invented school dinners
Hang on, where are the chips and lumpy custard? (Picture: PA)
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I walked into work naked and no one said a thing. I had deadline to meet by lunchtime and a conference call and then I could go home to get dressed. Why on earth did I leave home with no clothes on?
Lunchtime came and I met my deadline. I set off walking to the car park and then the stares and the jeering began. I was a freak show and the only thing I could do was to face the wall, until I was invisible. I was at last in my own private world, my dream world.
I do have the strangest dreams!
I just love this Montage of beautiful actresses