Hiding In Shadows – The Way We Make A Broken Heart

Originally posted on The Immortal Jukebox:
‘No adultery is bloodless’ (Natalia Ginzburg) ‘Adultery is in most cases a theft in the dark.’ (Stefan Zweig) ‘To borrow against the trust someone has placed in you costs nothing at first. You get away with it, you take a little more and a little more until there is nothing more to draw on. Oddly, your hands should be full with all that taking but when you open them there’s nothing there.’. (Jeanette Winterton) ‘There must be millions just like you and me, practiced in the art …’ (John Hiatt from, ‘The Way We… Continue reading Hiding In Shadows – The Way We Make A Broken Heart

Okains Bay

Originally posted on In the Land of the Long White Cloud:
Type in the word ‘bach’ on Google in the northern hemisphere, and you’re most likely to get as your first result a Wikipedia article on the famous Baroque composer who fathered twenty children. Search for it on Google in the southern hemisphere, however, and you get something quite different (although good old Johann will still feature pretty high up). Pronounced ‘batch’ and also known as a ‘crib’, a bach is a small holiday home in New Zealand. The Kiwi Bear’s bach is in a place called Okains Bay, one… Continue reading Okains Bay