Sunday Respite – Gypsy Autumn


We are starting to see some Autumn colors here, but so far it doesn’t look like we are in for a spectacular Fall. Wishing everyone a wonderful day. You may prefer watching this in full screen.

Today’s respite:

From the album  Gypsy Music From Eastern Europe,

Sergei Trofanov – Boucles D’O

I am not much for this translation, so this is my personal one!



Sunday Respite – “We Praise Thee’



For today’s respite I chose the Russian orthodox chant Chesnokov “We Praise Thee”

I find it brings me much peace. Wishing everyone a wonderful day.

Sunday Respite – Dawn



For today’s respite I chose Sergei Trofanov – L’aube (Dawn). Prayers go out for all those who are struggling with the onslaught of the Hurricane.

You may prefer to watch this in full screen.





Sunday Respite – Belle


For today’s respite I chose Richard Clayderman – Belle and the paintings are by Evgeny Lushpin. A bit different from my usual Sunday offerings of landscapes. I hope you enjoy the melody as much as I do. Wishing you a wonderful day. I suggest watching this in full screen once it begins.


Happy Labor Day! MAGA – Thanks Donald!


Wishing everyone a wonderful Labor Day. As we celebrate work today, let’s give a shout-out to the man who has given us an economy that is booming and so much winning! Back to politics tomorrow, let’s enjoy today.

I’ll throw in Leroy Anderson’s Typewriter song…I remember one of my first job’s where this “antique” instrument held me captive..some great photographs included.


God Bless Trump & the USA – Make America Great Again Song



Leroy Anderson and the Typewriter song.



Sunday Respite – Her eyes filled with tears


For today’s Respite I chose Stamatis Spanoudakis – Her Eyes Filled With Tears which seems appropriate for today. I suggest watching it in full screen. Wishing everyone a wonderful day.


Sunday Respite – The will of the wind


From his 1988 release album: “Direct”, Vangelis is indeed the master of ambient and new age music. Desert and rock formations images were added to compliment this particular title: “The Will of the Wind”. Relax and enjoy. You may enjoy watching it in full screen once it starts.


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