Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Capturing Shadows

Had a message on Face Book from a cycling buddy to wish me well and tell me about a cycle ride he had just done. It was over a familiar course that I have ridden a few times with him, the same course where I had my crash.

As much as it was lovely to hear from him it did remind me of my current situation and how much I miss getting out. As many keep reminding me time will pass quickly and I'm sure I will get back into it and resume where I left off.

My friend, Bryan is a top age group cyclist and a great motivator for me. He also plays the bass guitar and I was fortunate to play a few songs with him at a gig last year which I put on my old blog

Since many of my current readers are new I thought I would put it on here!

Hope you like my original song Capturing Shadows! It has a jazz feel about it!


  1. ha. enjoyed the show...big fan of the harmonica here..keep your spirits up will be out there soon enough...smiles...

  2. Good song! And the harmonica is wonderful.

    You'll have to write more songs now that you have a bit of time on your hands....

    P.S. Don't know if you like folk music, but another of my bloggy friends (this one lives in Oz) has a folk-musician son named Richard Perso. He does amazing things with guitars and didgeridoos and can be found on YouTube.

  3. That was lovely Paul :-) I have something that I want to send to you; could you email me a postal address Paul? mariapgoodwinathotmaildotcom that would be great!

  4. Lovely to hear that again, Paul. like Brian says, keep your spirits up. Think of this absence from racing as a sort of holiday. Yes I know what you're saying ... 'some holiday'. Okay then, how about 'relaxation'?

  5. Hey Paul! My friend Kay (Georgia Girl with an English Heart) posted about you and your recent accident! She sent me over to say "Hi!" and to wish you a speedy recovery! I'm so sorry you have gone through this. I have to run out for an appointment in a few minutes, so I can't explore your blog right now. But I'm becoming a follower so I can easily find my way back. I hope you are soon at 100%! Have a good day! Maybe it's night where you are ~ so have a good whatever!

  6. Thank you for visiting my blog and your kind comments. I'm sorry for your loss and also sorry for this accident of yours and hope your recovery is a speedy one.

    Just take things one day at a time and do your best. Think about your blessings. Pretty soon you'll be cycling and running again.