Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass- it is about learning to dance in the rain.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Noe practicing "O Holy Night" in Spanish to sing at his father's church in Guatemala on Christmas Eve. Rod is accompanying him impromptu, with no music at all. in Guatemala Noe will sing to a track. While he's singing, I'm roaming around getting video of all and sundry. (That's me in the orange top pretending to sing!) Lots of friends there. And. . . I didn't even get to the other room, we call it the multi-cultural room because it's decorated with findings from all of Rod's journeys. That room, too, was full of people. We did have fun that night.

Couldn't resist just one more musical post. I'm fascinated that I have learned how to post the video from my little camera. If you're bored to tears by now...I promise no more music posts for at least a week. (Until the rehearsal for the kids' Christmas musical!)


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truth said...

Wow, looks like a fun time! My daughter received her degree in ministry this past May. It has been her desire to minister within the Hispanic community. She considered going to Mexico or Guatemala, but with her son's disabilities, she needs to stay in the States right now.

I enjoyed the story you told when you commented on my blog about your mom picking up the hitchhikers. God is amazing!

Julie Q. said...

He has a beautiful voice. What fun to hear such a familiar song in a different language.

Ann said...

P.J. it's so awesome to see you laughing and having fun, after all you've been through :)

I love how the organist really rocked it out there at the end hee hee :)

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