Mindlovemisery Menagerie Music Challenge (1 May 2020)

Okay, not my normal music but I thought I’d share this one:

I read the lyrics to today’s MindloveMisery Menagerie’s Music Challenge prompt, he keeps banging on about his intentions are good, and so I thought I’d post this one.

I am spared from posting any lyrics, but about the composer/performer: Sarah Coponat is a little-known French pianist/composer who I discovered a while ago. She’a a current artist, so she can be found on all the usual social media outlets and so on, but I doubt she’s very well-known, even in France! But I like it, what do you think?

Heathrow (Fandango’s Friday Flashback)

Yay, it is Friday again, and Fandango has just published his Friday Flashback post. The idea is that he picks a post from this day in a previous year, to give newer readers a better insight into what does and doesn’t make him tick.

I have always liked that idea, so shall also post my own reminiscence. As much as anything, it reminds me of where I was, where I am now, and how far I have come. Hopefully, you will find it entertaining along the way.


I must admit I had not prepared a flashback post for today, but when I saw Fandango’s post pop up, I went off scurrying and fortunately found on the very first page I looked, one from today, but last year.

We’ve all seen the benefits to the environment, even in just the short time since lockdown began. But only this morning, the TV had somebody from Heathrow on, talking about getting all the flights going again, and to get back to the usual practise of not giving a monkey’s.

Mister Bump

I find myself getting more and more depressed about the world – dissatisfaction, mainly, as I discover more.

I’ve just heard about the loss of the challenge against the new runway at Heathrow. I’m sure a new runway would bring economic benefits, whether it is at Heathrow or anywhere else. I’m equally sure that there will be a cost associated with it, in terms of the environment, whether at Heathrow or anywhere else. The two priorities – economic and environmental – are in direct competition with each other. However you dress it up, sooner or later you come to one winner and one loser.

I suppose the people who support the economic arguments will say that we keep developing economically until we have to worry about the environment, and that hopefully, by that time, we’ll have learned ways to build our economy without harming the environment. My concern here is…

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Plague

for Fandango’s One Word Challenge, inundated.