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Monthly Archives: December 2019
Soundscape by Suzanne Uittenbogaard. To inspire children in her class to draw on a large piece of white paper with a dot stamped on it right in the centre of it. We both did the course – to become … Continue reading
It was a lovely sunny autumn afternoon along Kingston Avenue in Brooklyn. The shop across the street caught my eye, as it felt nostalgic, sun drenched longing in a French way. A good spot for a wine bar. In … Continue reading
I heared this on the news today, December 10 2019. Gifted boy of 9, studied technical engineering at the TU (Technical University) in Eindhoven. University and parents are now in conflict because they suspect the student of plagiarism. It … Continue reading
The original image is a tiny image I noticed in the corner of my eye – in the listing of a creative newsletter I scanned the other day. I took the screenshot below. This is what I saw. It made … Continue reading
Moses, there he is again! I am reading Two Bothers by (my) literary hero Ben Elton. Above a picture I took from a page that struck me. Everyone is looking for Moses resonated the story I was told when … Continue reading
Clever Bonnie. Moved herself into our home as a stray kitten, and has lived the good life for more than 10 years now. She seems programmed to be cuddled, because when not – she’s breaking bad: Everywhere she’s not allowed … Continue reading
I have been thinking about painting and have been sucked into a book on Matisse, the master of light. And then I stumbled upon this photo I took, downstairs, in the living room, a few years ago. It is autumn … Continue reading
I found the image above in my archive. Makes me feel like reading Mythos, the new book by Stephen Fry I bought.
A building I spotted while cycling in Zaandam today. The old building is the new one.