This is a short audio/video clip featuring the Junior Choir of Saint Paul’s U.C.C. Church in Woodstock, Virginia performing in this past December’s ‘Singing Christmas Tree’. Continue reading Christmas Music in April
I once took a lady out fishing, one beautiful summer afternoon. A day when all things of importance were remembered and the unnecessary were left behind. Continue reading More Fishing Lessons
It’s a pity that the beauty of Christmas isn’t shared throughout the year. Give this a listen.
It was a big deal. A senior class of 171 students traveling en masse by school bus to visit the nation’s capital. Washington D.C. There were the jocks, the freaks, the brainiacs. Every aspect of high school society was represented and herded into five county buses for the two hour drive North to tour the wonders of the greatest museums of the greatest country in the world. Continue reading C.H.S. Goes to Washington
I’m quite possibly the only straight guy in America that knows all of the words to all of the songs from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Sound of Music”. I didn’t grow up with a silver spoon in my mouth, but we did have a Baby Grand piano in the living room. And my Mom played, and my Sisters played, and my Dad played. And I sang along. Continue reading And now, I’d like to Sing a Song
I went to my Mom’s house yesterday to fix a broken window blind. Earlier in the day, I saw the most wonderful, heartfelt sentiment on one of those social media sites. After fixing my Mom’s blind, I shared it with her, knowing that she’d enjoy it. Continue reading RAOKIHOKBM