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Last night I stayed in a hotel in Maastricht, in the most southern area of our country, to be close to my work appointment in the morning: 8:30 AM is the start of a photoshoot in Belgium, just across the … Continue reading
Google Translate 617/5000 Today I was in the car to D. and back, and there was an item about Blue Monday on radio 1. Blue Monday is a sad day, as you probably know. The annual low for humans. They … Continue reading
I discovered a whole series of James Corden doing his carpool karaoke. I share one more, a good start of the year, I like singing in the car. Ah, and oh the one with Madonna. YouTube.
We’re looking at the back of a little red Corvette. Prince died ‘on April 21 2016’, as artist Rob Scholte stated, during a live show on Dutch television last night. A memorable date, the end of an area. Corny it may … Continue reading
A photo I took in a garage packed with old timers. Bring to mind a song I know by heart, music is from my first album ever, William De Vaughn on Souled Out by K-tell…Diamond in the back, sun roof top! … Continue reading
(play) Happy-go-lightly tune from a game. My son played it on end driving to France. We know it so well now, we ‘sing’ it in the car without the music playing.
Yesterday morning about 9 am we left awakening Amsterdam, drove south through a sunny countryside, in good spirits, listening to the first chapters of Dummy The Mummy on the stereo. We were on our way for a holiday in the … Continue reading
Today is my mother’s birthday. Infinitely sad, she died 13 years ago. On the days between her departure and funeral I spent long hours in the car, between my parent’s house and home in Amsterdam, devastated, listening to Al Jarreau’s … Continue reading