Sunday Music, Tuesdays

The last week was busy. The weekend was busy. Today I already was busy.
As a result, I can assure you that it’s a bad idea to visit a doctor medicinæ – and hope that it’s done with one sole visit : What an illusion you harbour ! There will always be additional examinations and chances are good that there is something an expert should see.
So today I scrapped together what I could find of courage’s leftovers and went to said expert, only to be told that I have to return on next Frayday morning for the open consultation hour because nothing works without fixed appointment (next possible date in November, tah !). So be it then. I’ll survive the next two days without knowing too much, I am very sure about this.
Now let’s simply hear some good music. The pianist Monique HAAS (we already heard her here in January of this year, also with DEBUSSY) plays one of Claude DEBUSSYs preludes Le Vent Dans La Pleine. I hope you enjoy the music, may it not be too windy where you are – or too wet, as it is in Texas right now.

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6 thoughts on “Sunday Music, Tuesdays

  1. “Open consultation hour” sounds very much like a free-for-all to me. Or, first come first served – and the first will take up much of that hour. I hope that’s not the case, though, and that you get the examination that you need.

    On a different note, a bit of Debussy is always nice. Oh, and doesn’t Monique look like she’s copying our Queen’ hair-do?!

  2. I am the sort of person who loathes going to the doctor.
    Unfortunately, my endocrine system is a trash fire, so I have to go quarterly.

  3. I have no clue about her cooking abilities, Looby.

    I do not believe that I am in the shape of a ship, dear Dinahmow ? Maybe an abdominous freighter ? And what to wear in Bristol ?

    First come. first take – Wer zuerst kommt, mahlt zuerst. – exactly so IDV. I came very early, and was fourth in line. I waited for an hour, he took his time for any patient.
    Frankly, I have no idea how Her Majesty wears her hair, sorry IDV.

    It’s all in the Zirbel (Glandula pinealis), dear Cara

    Thank you MsScarlet, all is well, no worries.

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