Timeless Thoughts: MP3 Rotation Sites

Timeless Thoughts

And it is December — I can’t believe 2016 will end soon! Are you guys all ready for the holidays and to bid farewell to 2016? I think I am ready for this year to end, haha! But before I greet 2017, I’m here to do the last Timeless Thoughts post for the year. Georgie and I co-host this monthly link-up, and I am hosting again for this month. If you would like to participate, you’re more than welcome to join our link-up by submitting your entry with the link-up widget located at the end of this entry! This link-up is opened for two weeks, and your entry can be about anything you find unforgettable from your past or present! It can be an object, an event, a person — anything goes — and you can have more than one thing you miss. For this month, here’s what I’ve been missing lately!

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Symphonic Selections: Asian Dream Song

Symphonic Selections

This past weekend, Hanyu Yuzuru won the NHK Trophy for men figure skating. For his free skate programme, he skated to this arrangement called “Hope & Legacy” by Joe Hisaishi. The arrangement is comprised of two songs by Hisaishi — “View of Silence” and “Asian Dream Song”. I became quite enamoured by the latter. It’s one of those pieces that I fell in love with at first sound. I can’t stop listening to this gorgeous piece, so it made sense to feature this for this month’s Symphonic Selections.

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Blogger Dossiers: Becky

Blogger Dossiers

Happy belated Thanksgiving to all my US friends! This month’s Blogger Dossiers is posted on Black Friday, so while everyone’s off shopping for various deal, I’m here to introduce Becky! I’ve known Becky for a while now. She recently made a comeback on her blog, so it’s been real good connecting with her again. Becky has many talents and interests, and this post shows it. Enjoy getting to know her!

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Captivating Canvas

Captivating Canvas

Back in September, one of my favourite restaurants in my neighbourhood hosted an art show. I am not big on traditional art, but I was intrigued by this event. I stopped by there on the first day of the show. There wasn’t a lot of artworks, maybe about ten or so. Some were paintings, some were drawings, and some were sculptures. The artists had gathered at the restaurant for the opening, and they were all having a jolly time as they ate delicious food. Behind their table was a painting that had completely captivated me.

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