So much activity since Monday. Wendy welcomed grandson baby Logan in her family, Spring cleaning is on, Michele showed us some vintagey blings that she just cant get over, Sarah from a beachcottage is decluttering her storage and I am participating in the challenge: Love this blog land, I do. It keeps me pepped up, always!
I’ve been smitten by the lost art of knotting lately and more so by this particular knot: the Celtic heart knot. I had some coir left from the monkeyfist knot and I decided to give it a go with the same material before trying it with cord and making a necklace. I have little patience and I am known to screw up things, believe me. Lol. Anyway..
It took me a few tries but I did it alright!
My next attempt would be a necklace in pink cords. Fingers crossed!
Also, the man and I made a video for his band- we focused a lot more on the music than the production value. This was made in our old home. I don’t know if I have ever told anyone of you here about this band of ours called Colaba Point for which I sing at times when required 🙂 An initiative born out of casual jamming sessions and free will, I was not a part of their ideal line up, but joined much later when he discovered that I can sing! About that trait of mine- later. The album is yet to be released but you can find our first album on bandcamp.
Video and song by the man in question: Rohan!
We like things old school and POV based: This is our dig and happy times and fun which we find in music.
This is what the man has to say about the video above:
“Colaba Point is a Mumbai based music collective with a strong DIY ethic. This was a casual video attempt made in about 2 hours last night while I was trying out my first experiments with video and movie maker. One of us made that chandelier using those small decorative Christmas lights 🙂 Song and video was recorded at home. When I made the song, I thought it would fit well as a background score for a fancy dinner sequence in some black and white movie.
I know that fried chicken and cheap wine isn’t exactly a fancy dinner, but in a world where millions sleep hungry every night, I’ll excuse myself for calling it so. “
So, that’s that for you ladies and gentlemen (if any) Be happy, listen to good music and love each other.