It’s dark and winter has fallen upon us in Scotland. Shorter days and longer nights. The desire to hibernate always rises up. It’s the Bear in me. Sleep and then sleep some more. There is a lot going on in the world wherever you sit on the political or environmental spectrum. A lot. Interesting times.
The association of horseshoes and good luck is as old as the hills: in many cultures, hanging a horseshoe over a door was thought to bring good luck to the occupants. That tradition crept into weddings, too, and the story goes that brides would carry a horseshoe on their wedding day to bring good luck
I had a wonderful day today in a wee school in Leck near Kirkby Lonsdale. The sun was shining and all was well with the world and this is a stunning location for a school…just on the left of the tree in the shot below. I had a wonderful day drumming with the children and
I have just completed the second Expressive Rhythm Stories Training Program in Kuala Lumpur for participants to learn how to tell ERS. On the tin it says that we will enable you to take ERS into the education sector and deliver exciting and engaging ERS sessions. Throughout the program we learn the skills and techniques
Creativity in Schools works! Sandal Primary School’s Nursery children thoroughly enjoyed Paul’s Rhythmbridge sessions. Singing, dancing and playing the African drums, the children wholeheartedly joined in with Paul’s highly interactive stories from around the world. In the last of six sessions, parents and carers were invited to join in with the fun. Paul amazingly captivated