a better idea

Let me introduce you to Lieutenant General Jay B. Silveria how is the twentieth Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy. He is qualified as a pilot in command with approximately 4,000 hours in a cockpit. Silveria, called one … Continue reading

covid-19 magic – #cirqueconnect

… it’s said that there is only one product in the world that gives 100% customer satisfaction and that is Cirque du Soleil.  Couldn’t agree more. I’m a massive fan.  I have seen 16 of their shows in total, only … Continue reading

three religions in one

Earlier ths evening I watched CNN and there was a piece with Becky Anderson about the “Document on Human Fraternity” … never heard about it.  Becky had breakfast in Abi Dhabi together with 3 religions (Jewish, Christian and Muslin) at … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #81 – find something red

Hopefully, Patti has made it easy for me … find something red – I have loads of red in my every day, but have I captured any of the reds??? Yes, I have … loads!!! Here is some of them. … Continue reading

behind the vatican walls

Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce star in a playful but thoughtful tale about Benedict, Francis, and God. From Fernando Meirelles, the Academy Award-nominated director of “City of God”, and three-time Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Anthony McCarten, comes an intimate story of … Continue reading

things we did in istanbul (part IV)

“Kids believe in Santa; adults believe in childhood.” Cate Kennedy Christmas Eve, the main Christmas day for us Swedes …. that is when Santa knocks on the door, asks if everybody has been behaving well during the past year (as … Continue reading

things we did in istanbul (part III)

“You can’t understand a city without using its public transportation system.” Erol Ozan Will start to tell you about the fantastic “Istanbulkart”. So easy to buy when you understand how. When you have bought your card – the fare will … Continue reading