Saturday, 27 July 2013

Insert interesting title here... #tomorrowland

Insert interesting post here.

Followed by a majestic photo.

Present interesting points with humour and wisdom.

Conclude with a philosophical or broader outlook.

Ask an empathic question that reflects my own struggles and/or understanding.

Acknowledge potential comments that will either affirm values and beliefs or simply provide a connection with people you care about and haven't forgotten.

Smile, remember that misery, confusion and sensory overload is better than denial.

Sometimes a day at the beach turns into a summer holiday, other times it just means sand in your sandwich.

End with an original and unexpected quote, that may or may not be relevant. Smile again.

Escape to Tomorrowland (online) for the weekend. Sing, dance, burn some calories and replenish the rhythm...  ... Ministry of Sound UK  can put you in the mood before the live show kicks off from Midday til 1am, Belgium time.

You tube Channel link...  a little annoying with all the ads, but fun to watch while you listen live on one of the many radio stations all around the world.  Have you ever been to a dance or music festival? Some of my most magical memories are of dancing with friends and strangers...

Now the weekend has come to an end here's a few links that have been published around the net.. but if you google tommorowland 2013 you will find more...

one of my favourites... Armin Van Buuren.. I saw him do a live set for 9 hours in Melbourne a few years ago... it was incredible

here's a good list of several other artists performances...

All the best



  1. I've not been to a dance or music festival. I have a vision of what I think a music festival must be like after reading Maria: My Own Story by Maria von Trapp, and how Maria and Georg held week-long music camps on their mountain in Vermont after they immigrated. Non-stop singing and fellowship? Sign me up! :-)

    1. Ellen, that too sounds like a lot of fun too, and in many ways the spirit is the same at Electronic music festivals, right through to folk festivals. The music varies but the healing power of music and togetherness is the same.

  2. That is a majestic photo. I'd call it An Amazing Ride. Or just Fun.
    Nice post.

    1. Thanks Sylvia, like mot festivals all walks of life are celebrated... we've come a long way from woodstock which is the historic ideal... both amazing AND fun... a global gathering of that magnitude has many benefits.

  3. Greetings Ida,

    You have been missed and unfortunately, that link is now offline. My timing is somewhat off.

    Still, as you process your ideals within your posting, I wish to say that the photo inspires. Your words dance and sing. Which means, it's a positive outcome.

    Be well and keep smiling, Ida.

    Gary :)

  4. Girl, You have been missed! Tommorrowland itself seems like something fascinating!

    P.S. I have nominated you for Sunshine Award! If it's not too much, can accept it! :)

    1. You are too sweet, I have bookmarked the post and will get to it soon. I hope you have been well, I'll pop over and check out what you have been up to in the next few days.

  5. You made me laugh out loud in the beginning. Nicely done! :)

    Visiting from NaBloPoMo

  6. It was pretty epic, still not sure how he pee'd


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