Friday, December 9, 2011

Christmas Musical Countdown

Phew. I finished my IT course and passed. I've done two courses this autumn; the IT course and a teaching course. I haven't really decided what I'm going to do with the qualifications but one has to be practical and should I need to return to work they could prove valuable. My heart lies with the arts and I've always leaned towards creative expression be it with theatre, music, art and of course, writing. Unfortunately, the realities of life means that often we don't get to do the things we want to do most. There's probably a good chance I will always remain the frustrated artist!

Anyhow, now my courses are finished and I am beginning to make my Christmas preparations I thought it would be fun to play some of my favourite musical tracks of the year over the coming days. I'm a pop gal so don't expect any big surprises. So I'll begin with my current favourite - which may well turn out to be my favourite of the year - it's called Up by the hugely talented James Morrison and the equally talented Jessie J.  This is the sort of ballad that inspires me and makes me want to create, to dig down and reach those emotions which sometimes result in my more literary style of writing. Yeah, I know it doesn't happen very often. Enough said.



  1. Good luck with ur courses.. and hope u don't remain a frustrated artist.. wishing u a year that guarantees creative satisfaction.

    Happy Christmas!

  2. Hey Mrs. T, congratulations on passing the IT course, after having to bore your pants off of you :-)Deserves a choc & wine treat!

  3. Thanks Cocktail Party! I shall have to be more disciplined in my creativity next year:)

    And a Happy Christmas to you too!

  4. Rest assured Sue that I have celebrated in an appropriate style!

    The diet starts in the New Year:))


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