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Really lovely prelude and great blend of organ and flute.
I love this piece!
josh says it is hard
there is an active discussion here... you may start out with food and then it gets hard
we (at least some of us) think that it looked like dolphins jumping into the air eating cheddar rockets... are we close?
I like the McP/Sidels description better than plant lice poop
lol!! great image Holden and Linnaea...and the ACTUAL image is kinda gross, gotta admit!!! ALSO ------ Happy Birthday to Nick Dokos and Susan Chin!!!🎂
If it helps, you can think of it as something like honey, or like the sugar that ants harvest from aphids...
+1 for honey
We did eventually get to the honey analogy during our Bible study discussion.
Simile not analogy
Bird’s Nest Soup, also known as Bird’s Saliva Soup, is one of the most famous but also most controversial delicacies in Chinese cuisine.
(says Mike, who is literally the one that first found the "plant lice poop" description)… in case anyone is thinking about how high-brow our Bible Study gets.
Yes, Hong, I believe there’s more than bird saliva in that soup.
As you see, it isn’t just the children in Leah’s family who like any discussion that has to do with poop.
And happybirthday to myDad,
And Happy Birthday tomorrow to my Dad, Tom!
Yes Happy Birthday Tom -- tomorrow right?
The order of service has the offertory from last week: this week's offertory is "Jesu, Joy of Our Desiring" by J.S.Bach
Thanks, Nick. I just pulled out a hymnal to see if I could figure out the tune name, which sounded so familiar
Red #106 - there are extensive notes at the bottom of the order of service.
thanks for the outstanding music - as always !
Leah Lyman Waldron
Thank you to Andy and Jeffrey for recording our hymns today!
Yes they sound wonderful in the PACC acoustics.
It wasn't a godly thing, but my dad would always listen to my complaints and then say "Okay - what are you going to do about it?"
Leah Lyman Waldron
Yes - sometimes sharing it out loud gives us the space to figure what to do next!
Laurie L Scott
Leah’s sermon made me think that this is the approach I want to take (and do most of the time) when my grandson comes to me to complain about things in his life.
... and the Choral Benediction is by "S.Alman; arr. J. Brody" :-)
Another soothing and lovely piece of music!
Indeed! Thank you Andy and Jeffrey!
Yay for Nick and our archived music!! :)
That was lovely!