My kids used weird e-mail handles when they were little. I never thought I’d see them 20 years later on a list of blocked hacking attempts.
Combining music and visual art adds a new dimension to the message, and helps me see the meaning of the song in new ways.
Submissions for the new hymn book/children’s songbook project can be uploaded on the Church website through 11:59 p.m. MST on Monday, July 1.
My own mother posted one of my videos to Facebook, and apologized for the ads. I think she was annoyed.
Once upon a time, back in February, when it was still cold and wintry and blustery…
Maybe that should read “…gets the 4/4 treatment one-and-a-half-handed.
Some updates on the new Hymnbook/Children’s Songbook project of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Really? 0 plays in two days? (Heh… that’s not a new lyric.)
I am very thankful for hands. Turtles? Not so much.
Sometimes I actually do get around to requests. )
How cool is this? “When the Son of God Was Born” by two beautiful choirs–one singing and one signing.
The first law of typesetting seems to be, “Thou shalt ALWAYS put page turns in the WORST POSSIBLE PLACES.” Here’s the page-turn solution I use.
A Spanish tranlation of “of “Will You Come to the Manger?” with a lovely recording.
My Christmas Card Carol for 2018 is called “Will You Come to the Manger?” It’s set for solo voice, and for duet.
When you have grandbabies in the path of a hurricane….