I'm doing this post while watching footage of the horrific scenes at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. As a keen runner these bomb explosions at such a wonderful running event has particular significance.
Had a wonderful weekend in Napier with Lea, Bianca and Caitlyn. We spent time with Lea's mum, her brother and family.
On returning home Sunday afternoon we looked through some Open Homes. Here is a link to one of the houses we were particularly interested in. Only concern is that the advertised 4 bedrooms is really only 3.
On my previous blog I did a sequel to Rolling Hills about my early life so here it is. Thank you to my followers who commented on my last post.
Continuing the theme of music in the Forster family during our growing up years! When I was 11 and my sister Margaret was 8 my mum made a decision that I am extremely thankful for! She thought it was important that she had a professional recording done of us for posterity sake. Now on listening to these recordings I have a real appreciation of the gift that Margaret and I had. I am really happy to be able to share these sound clips. Would love to have some feedback! I am personally in awe of how Margaret and I could at such a young age put difficult harmonies together in such a true fashion! The last sound clip is the only sound clip I have of my mum. It was done unofficially in the Mayfair Theatre and unfortunately the sound quality is not great!
Click here to listen to Paul and Margaret singing Dream Seller
Click here to listen to Paul singing Smugglers Song
Click here to listen to Paul singing Bonnie Wee Thing
Click here to listen to Paul singing Five Eyes
Click here to listen to our mum, Noeline singing Euridice