Archive for August, 2009

With a Greek flavour

August 14, 2009

I haven’t seen ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ yet but as ‘My Life in Ruins‘ was translated in Bulgarian as My Big Fat Greek Date, I was intrigued and a bit lost in the translation, as it was all Greek to me.

‘How do you plan life?’ – an entertaining tutorial for the start of the weekend. Field trip? – only a couple of hours away 🙂

Cliché Reality

August 14, 2009

Given my disposition I was on cloud nine to go on board of Cliché Reality. Better now than whenever 🙂

Google_14_08_orsted09And Google‘s logo today opened my eyes as to who Hans Christian Ørsted was. Live, Google and Learn.

The End of the Affair

August 13, 2009

I rarely watch a movie twice, however The End of the Affair (1999) had impressed me years ago and recently again. A cast I like in a somewhat autobiographical novel of an author I like – Graham Greene. Miracles do seem to happen … Choses promises, choses dûes


August 12, 2009

MIRA_MeteorOn a clear-sky dark night I find the sight of falling stars STARtling. I didn’t catch a falling star tonight but soared through MIRA’s Field Trips to the Stars where the meteor image comes from.

And made a wish … for clearer skies …

Google_12_Aug_perseids09Morning update: I missed the night meteor showers but the day started deLIGHTfully with … Google … & … rain showers…

Children’s personal development

August 11, 2009

Jani_HristovaWhen I met Jani over a decade ago she had a dream. And today there she is following her heart’s desire – starting a centre for creative approaches to personal development of children. With a dynamic & never-resting child like hers, she seems to have apart from the knowledge quite an empirical data in the matter. Information on upcoming activities will follow.

Contact: Janeta Hristova – tel: +359 888 30 84 43

The Shawshank Redemption

August 10, 2009

The Shawshank Redemption – that movie made me deem & redeem on differences in approach to life situations. ‘Some birds are not to be caged …’ And it is those birds that make a difference for themselves and others. Morgan Freeman & Tim Robbins – a moving combination for a plot in which redemption is among the central themes.