Main celebrations this week must be the life and works of Messrs Bowie and Rickman. It's all been said elsewhere.
Closer to home, I'm celebrating the release of my son's band's new EP called 'A Watch on Each Wrist'. I'm very proud of him (natch). If you have a moment, pop over to Soundcloud here and have a listen and if you like it click the appropriate button. (If you don't like it, please just leave quietly.) Better still, if you have £3 to spare, you can buy it from Bandcamp here.
There is some other exciting Ivory Yardsale news, too, but I'm scared to say what in case I jinx it. If it comes off, I'll tell you next week.
|A Watch on Each Wrist by Ivory Yardsale|
And on that bombshell...
Celebrate the Small Things is a blog hop. Visit Lexa's Blog for the rules, and then post every Friday about something you're grateful for that week. Originated by VikLit) and co-hosted by L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge and Tonja Drecker @ Kidbits Blog.
What an interesting name Ivory Yardsale is - and that cover is surreal and very eye-catching. I'm wishing your son and his band much success! :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your son's achievements - it is so nice when things happen for our children - we can breathe sighs of relief I feel :) I'm "celebrating" on my daughter's behalf over in my post. Special Teaching at Pempi’s PalaceReplyDelete
I'll pop over and take a look.Delete
I wish your son all the very best, I love celebrating things with my children. Halfway through winter? I didn't know that, it has certainly gone a lot colder here this week and a couple of mornings have been frosty.ReplyDelete
Congrats to your son's band.ReplyDelete
What an exciting time or your son - you must be so proud of himReplyDelete
Thanks, everyone, for commenting. I'm about to post an update.ReplyDelete
Exciting times for your son. Wishing him every success. It's bitter cold here but at least the sun has shone for the past two days. I'm soaking up every ounce of vitamin D. Have a great week.ReplyDelete
Be proud! What an achievement, I wish your son every future success.ReplyDelete
As for winter, personally, I can't wait until Spring, I love new beginnings.