I look up from the desk & out of the window, only to watch thick snow flakes whirling down. The sky is just one large greyish surface without any depth. A little more snow, a little more intensity, and the horizon line is blurred.
Things happened, sometimes I was in a hurry over the last week(s), but most times I was simply exhausted. Add a cough & sneeze my asinine co-driver gifted to me – et voilà, there is (was) a silent mago. Actually I was up for nothing, and spent the time outside the job on my sofa, mostly sleeping, sometimes reading – what reminds me : Dearest Mistress MJ, isn’t it time for the quarterly post about reading stuff ?
I felt no inclination to trawl the web, so except from the daily check of comics / news / mail the computer sat undisturbed.
But the usual services will be resumed, actually they re-start right now.
This Sunday Music is a song composed by Mr PURCELL (Ger., Eng., society), Music for a While, performed by Alfred DELLER (Ger., Eng., about). Solemn, stately, yes – there will be enough time for more springy pieces.
Music for a while
Shall all your cares beguile.
Wond’ring how your pains were eas’d
And disdaining to be pleas’d
Till Alecto free the dead
From their eternal bands,
Till the snakes drop from her head,
And the whip from out her hands.
Hope you enjoy the music – and that we all have a carefree week ahead.