Tuesday Interlude

 

I love this ethereal video made by Sarah Wickliffe (http://www.wickpix.com/)…with a poetic appearance by Neruda. Followed it up with a Cure chaser. Because, you know, the Cure.

 

Until we meet in other worlds, traveller.

 

 

Food for…Football!

From Trainspotting:

Gail, Lizzie: What are you two talking about?
Spud, Tommy: Football! What are you talking about?
Gail, Lizzie: Shopping!

 

It’s been a very strange, dreamy week in the Chaos Realm. A fellow blogger is going to see The Cure in concert, and it’s been bringing up a lot of memories (bloody nostalgia LOL) from my experiences when I saw The Cure (hope your experience is just as magical and wonderful, This Nerd’s Life).

Maybe I’ve just been exploring too many alternate dimensions while I sleep…having very intense dreams. Or something else is afoot.

So, another shortcut blog after I skipped a few.

I’ve been watching (European) football while I (pretend to) write. It’s been exciting so far! Can’t wait until it resumes on Saturday.

I stumbled across this article on the UEFA website while trying to come up with an idea for this week’s food blog.

“What do Europe’s football fans eat?”

Also:

“Football Food around the World”

If gourmet eats are your thing:

https://www.finedininglovers.com/stories/the-best-gourmet-food-at-football-grounds/

 

 

Goodbye for now. Off to wander amazing realms.

Music for dream voyages  (courtesy of The Cure and Legendary Pink Dots):

On Another Shore

Closedown

To Wish Impossible Things

A Thousand Hours

A Few Hours after This

Dredd Song

Cut Here

 

 

 

 

Travel to Other Realms or Other Planets….?

I have been dreaming of other worlds even more lately, and wishing I was in one of them…(maybe it’s because of NaNoWriMo).

So, this blog will be dedicated to the ten fantastical/impossible places I would love to visit, or live, if I had a Tardis, a wardrobe, a looking glass, or a portal to another dimension.

1. Jupiter (Or any of the planets, really, but Jupiter’s always been my favorite)

2. The Gormenghast Castle (Mervyn Peake)

3.  The winter world in the real Frozen–in “The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian Anderson

4. The Earth’s ocean depths

5. Avalon

6. Middle Earth

7. The planet Thra (The Dark Crystal)

8. The forest in the movie Legend

9. Athshe (Ursula K. Le Guin)

10.  Tamson House  (Charles de Lint)

Where would you go?