Music: Toots and Country Roads
Almost heaven, West Jamaica True ridge mountains Shining Minko River All my friends there Older than those ridge Younger than the mountains Blowin’ like a breeze Country roads take me home To the place I belong West Jamaica, my ol’ momma Take me home country roads I heard her voice In the mornin’ hour she…… Continue reading Music: Toots and Country Roads
Video: Road-trip to Maghera Beach and Port in Northwest Ireland (Over ‘Orange Sky’ by Alexi Murdoch)
I have finally edited the video that I captured when Mel and I went to visit the areas around Glencolumbkille in Donegal. I decided to use ‘Orange Sky’ by Alexi Murdoch as a backdrop to this short but sweet clip which, I hope, captures the serenity and grandeur of the area. At times the clip moves…… Continue reading Video: Road-trip to Maghera Beach and Port in Northwest Ireland (Over ‘Orange Sky’ by Alexi Murdoch)
Music/video: Irish man plays the tin whistle
Taken at a quaint pub in late May 2012. We were in Glencolumbkille. It is a tradition for all newcomers to sing or share a poem in the sing-a-long. I sang ‘What’s Left of the Flag’ by Flogging Molly. Mel sang along with all. Great craic!
Video: Another funny pasta session with Ma
More summer fun in the Considine kitchen. I love to tease her. She busted out the wooden spoon like the ol’days. 🙂
Video: I’m not racist, but… (Shit White Girls Say… to Black Girls)
This is what sociologists call microaggression: ‘Why isn’t there a White Entertainment Television?’ ‘Jews were slaves too, but you don’t hear us complaining about it all the time…’ ‘You can say the N word but I can’t? How is that okay?’ ‘He’s so cute for a black guy’. ‘The thing I like about them is like…… Continue reading Video: I’m not racist, but… (Shit White Girls Say… to Black Girls)
Wandering on a ridiculous road
From our trip to Glencolumbkille in Northwest Donegal, Ireland (June 2012). A breathtaking view on a windy little road. Truly spectacular and unforgettable.
Woman with powerful voice on Istiklal Avenue, Istanbul
Stumbled across this powerful voice on the street while coming home from a night out on the town. Quite impressive, though I can’t translate one word.