At the end of the day …. “Leron Zamir’s: Adele’s “Hello” Cover”!!


~~January 3, 2016~~ 


Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

The covers of Adele’s hit song “Hello‘ continue to surface. Different styles, different formats, different instruments.

Today I found this one and would like, as always, to share it with you.

I hope you enjoy it.

We are ALL connected through MUSIC!

Thank you, David, for leading me to this incredible musician!

Play it again Leron (67 sec)



Leron Zamir, a cellist who hails from Dallas, TX. He has performed extensively in the southeast region in addition to being a studio cellist. He has made appearances with the MTSU Symphony, the Sewanee Symphony, and Roy “Futureman” Wooten’s Black Mozart Ensemble.

He was the recipient of the Holy Cross Bach Fest Scholarship, Nashville Symphony Orchestra League, Thor Johnson Scholarship Finalist, and was invited to the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.

Leron Zamir has performed masterclasses with teachers such as Natalia Koma, YeonJin Kim, Julia Tanner, Eric Kutz, Peter Sheppard, and Yo-Yo Ma.

Cremaine completed his undergraduate studies under Dr. Christine Kim at the Middle Tennessee State University. He is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree under Gregory Sauer at the Florida State University. His previous teachers include Xiao-Fan Zhang, Paul York, Natasha Farny, and Kirsten Cassel-Greer.



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Adele – Official Cello Cover by Leron Zamir

~Published on Nov 9, 2015~

I simply love this song!

Here is my cover of Hello by Adele.

This song just needed a cello cover.

Leron Zamir


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IOTD …. Image of the day, #409 …. “Have a Purry Christmas”!!


~~December 23, 2015~~ 


“It’s Christmas! It’s Christmas!”
that’s what my kitty seems to say,
as she cavorts in merriment …
“At last it’s Christmas Day!”

“It’s time for shredding the gift wrap,
time for turkey (my favorite dish!)
Time for warm laps and extra attention,
time for delivering this wish …”

“May the holiday season bring you
everything your heart may desire
family, friends, contentment
and a kitty to hold by the fire.”
Have a Purry Christmas!

Susan Orlosk



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A dear blogger friend taught me this concept.

You can find Michelle here:


IOTD” is image of the day, a concept I came up with. I teach visual meditative therapy – or in easy terms – a mini mental holiday. For some people it is very difficult for them to get their image right. I post an image a day for people to use in their mini mental vacay. Some are serious, some are silly, and some are just beautiful!”


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Google Doodle today …. Wassily Kandinsky’s 148th birthday!!

~~December 16, 2014~~

Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky’s 148th birthday has been celebrated in a Google Doodle illustration today that reflects his own distinct abstract style. 

Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky (16 December [O.S. 4 December] 1866 – 13 December 1944) was an influential Russian painter and art theorist. He is credited with painting one of the first purely abstract works. Born in Moscow, Kandinsky spent his childhood in Odessa. He enrolled at the University of Moscow, studying law and economics. Successful in his profession — he was offered a professorship (chair of Roman Law) at the University of Dorpat — Kandinsky began painting studies (life-drawing, sketching and anatomy) at the age of 30.

In 1896 Kandinsky settled in Munich, studying first at Anton Ažbe’s private school and then at the Academy of Fine Arts. He returned to Moscow in 1914, after the outbreak of World War I. Kandinsky was unsympathetic to the official theories on art in Communist Moscow, and returned to Germany in 1921. There, he taught at the Bauhaus school of art and architecture from 1922 until the Nazis closed it in 1933. He then moved to France, where he lived for the rest of his life, becoming a French citizen in 1939 and producing some of his most prominent art. He died at Neuilly-sur-Seine in 1944.



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~~Wassily Kandinsky abstract art Google Doodle~~

~~Published on Dec 3, 2012~~

Same Doodle in 2014 !?
Google honors Wassily Kandinsky’s 146th brithday with a great abstract art doodle. Could you see the Google-Logo? Wassily Kandinsky was born on December 16h, 1866 in Moscow. He was one of the most influential painters worldwide. Kandinsky painted the first purely abstract works.


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Google Doodle …. Annie Jump Cannon’s 151st birthday!!

Annie Jump Cannon's 151st Birthday

~~December 11, 2014~~ 

Annie Jump Cannon Gets Google Doodle On 151st Birthday

Cannon was an astronomer whose work was considered instrumental in the development of contemporary stellar classification. She, along with Edward C. Pickering, is credited with the creation of the Harvard Classification Scheme. This is said to be the first “serious attempt” to organize and classify stars based on temperature.

Cannon’s astronomy career spanned 40 years, and during that time, helped women gain respect within the scientific community. She died in 1941, the year after she retired. The American Astronomical Society presents an award in her name to female astronomers each year.

Space has been of particular interest lately when it comes to Google doodles. The company recently ran one to celebrate the Philae probe, which soft-landed on a comet.



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~~Annie Jump Cannon, Astronomer~~

~~Uploaded on Oct 10, 2011~~

Picture book trailer for the first-ever picture book biography of Annie
Jump Cannon (1863-1941). It shines a light on the life of a brilliant
astronomer known as “the census-taker for the stars”

Written By Carole Gerber and Illustrated by Christina Wald

Published by Pelican Publishing


~Annie Jump Cannon 151st Birthday Google Doodle #MaMaLeIn69~

~Published on Dec 11, 2014~

Annie Jump Cannon Google Doodle – On December 11. 2014 Google celebrates the 151st birthday of Annie Jump Cannon in USA.

Annie Jump Cannon (December 11, 1863 – April 13, 1941) was an American pioneering astronomer responsible for the classification of hundreds of thousands of stars.


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Google Doodle …. Dorothy Hodgkin’s birthday!!

Dorothy Hodgkin's 104th Birthday

~~May 12, 2014~~ 

Dorothy Mary HodgkinOMFRS (12 May 1910 – 29 July 1994), née Crowfoot, was a British biochemist, credited with the development of protein crystallography. She was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1964.

She advanced the technique of X-ray crystallography, a method used to determine the three-dimensional structures of biomolecules. Among her most influential discoveries are the confirmation of the structure of penicillin that Ernst Boris Chain and Edward Abraham had previously surmised, and then the structure of vitamin B12, for which she became the third woman to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

In 1969, after 35 years of work and five years after winning the Nobel Prize, Hodgkin was able to decipher the structure of insulin. X-ray crystallography became a widely used tool and was critical in later determining the structures of many biological molecules where knowledge of structure is critical to an understanding of function. She is regarded as one of the pioneer scientists in the field of X-ray crystallography studies of biomolecules.

Hodgkin published as Dorothy Crowfoot until 1949, when she was persuaded by Hans Clarke’s secretary to use her married name on her chapter in The Chemistry of Penicillin. Thereafter she always published as Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin.

Dorothy Hodgkin
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Dorothy Hodgkin
Born Dorothy Mary Crowfoot
12 May 1910
Died 29 July 1994 (aged 84)
IlmingtonWarwickshire, England
Residence British
Nationality British
Fields Biochemistry
Alma mater University of Oxford
Doctoral advisor John Desmond Bernal
Doctoral students
Other notable students Margaret Thatcher
Known for
Notable awards

~~Early life~~

Dorothy Mary Crowfoot was born on 12 May 1910 in Cairo, Egypt, to John Winter Crowfoot (1873–1959), an archaeologist and classical scholar, and Grace Mary Crowfoot née Hood (1877–1957), an archaeologist and expert on Ancient Egyptian textiles. She lived in the English expatriate community in Egypt, returning to England only a few months each year. During one of those stays, when Hodgkin was four, World War I began. Her mother lost four brothers in the war. Separated from her parents, who would return to Egypt, she was left under the care of relatives and friends until after the end of the war when her mother came to England for one year, a period that she later described as the happiest in her life.

In 1921, she entered the Sir John Leman Grammar School in Beccles. Only once, when she was thirteen, did she make an extended visit to her parents, who by then had moved to Khartoum, although both parents continued to visit England each summer.

Google celebrates the life and rich legacy of late Dorothy Hodgkin on her 104th birth anniversary with a Google Doodle. This doodle is available on Google homepage for countries such as Japan, Taiwan, India, Phillipines, United States and United Kingdom.

The doodle dedicated to Dorothy is based on the protein X-ray crystallography developments and contributions made by Dorothy Hodgkin. The Doodle  includes the Molecular model of Penicillin which Dorothy had completed in 1945. 

She was the third woman to receive Nobel Prize in Chemistry. 

Among her most influential discoveries are the confirmation of the structure of penicillin that Ernst Boris Chain and Edward Abraham had previously surmised, and then the structure of vitamin B12, for which she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

She were also the second woman to receive the “Order of Merit” in 1965. Florence Nightingale was the first women to receive the Order of Merit.

She was also the first women to receive the Copley Medal.


Model of the structure of penicillin, by Dorothy Hodgkin, Oxford, c. 1945

Molecular model of Penicillin by Dorothy Hodgkin c 1945

Hodgkin is particularly noted for discovering three-dimensional biomolecular structures. In 1945, working with C. H. (Harry) Carlisle, she published the first such structure of a steroid, cholesteryl iodide (having worked with cholesteryls since the days of her doctoral studies). In 1945, she and her colleagues solved the structure of penicillin, demonstrating (contrary to scientific opinion at the time) that it contains a β-lactam ring. However, the work was not published until 1949. In 1954 she and colleagues began to publish their analysis of vitamin B12.

~~Insulin structure~~

Insulin was one of her most extraordinary research projects. It began in 1934 when she was offered a small sample of crystalline insulin by Robert Robinson. The hormone captured her imagination because of the intricate and wide-ranging effect it has in the body.

However, at this stage X-ray crystallography had not been developed far enough to cope with the complexity of the insulin molecule. She and others spent many years improving the technique. Larger and more complex molecules were being tackled until in 1969 – 35 years later – the structure of insulin was finally resolved. 

But her quest was not finished then. She cooperated with other laboratories active in insulin research, gave advice, and travelled the world giving talks about insulin and its importance for diabetes.



~~Dorothy Hodgkin Google Doodle~~

~~Published on May 11, 2014~~

The Google Doodle for 12th May of 2014 honors Dorothy Hodgkin. Google celebrates Dorothy Hodgkin’s 104th birthday. Hodgkin was a British chemist. She confirmed the structure of vitamin B12 and advanced the technique of X-ray crystallography. 5 years after receiving the Nobel Prize in Chemistry Dorothy Hodgkin decoded the structure of insulin.

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~~Movie Commercial: Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin~~

~~Published on May 11, 2013~~

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