Clio in the snow

I like this photo … obviously taken by Sean on the same night as the one here.

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13 responses to “Clio in the snow

  1. papaguinea

    Brendano, I like this a lot – my kind of town!

  2. Cymbeline

    Hello Brendano. I have thought a great deal about your son, and I have spent a lot of time on your blog in his honour.

    I wonder if you might be kind enough to think of my son for a minute, born very closely to your son (29/6/91)?

    He has some very important examinations tomorrow. He has been slogging hard for the last two years for these exams.

    He is a fine young man too.

  3. My mother used to pray during the time I had important exams. It worked miracles (nothing beats the pray of a mother). Now I do the same for my son. I realized that it helped the praying one as well. 🙂
    What will you be doing at that time Cymbeline?

  4. pauline

    Good luck to your son Cymbeline, I hope all the hard work pays off.

  5. Shermeen

    Brendan
    Looks like winter wonder land!

    It also seems as if Clio is getting ready to throw a snow ball :)any minute.

  6. Aedin

    The song is beautiful it made me cry a bit on the bus lllwhen I heard it but it’s so uplifting . I especially like the bridge – the chord changes are lovely- if live to record this one – would the second half of July suit? That’s when I’d be free –

    • Hi Aedin … great to see you. I’m very glad you like it. I play it in D with capo on the 2nd fret (i.e. really in E), and start the bridge with an F# shape … but you probably knew that! You would make a wonderful job of singing it, so we’d love that.

      We didn’t manage to organize anything over Easter, so didn’t contact you. We now know someone who is an excellent keyboard player and has a recording studio, so we’ll definitely get you on board when that happens. We’re also hoping to hold a night’s music in memory of Sean in late July (around his birthday), so hopefully that will fit in well with your plans.

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