Thankful for a good school music programme that introduced fun music.
This year, it seemed timely for me to pass the recipe on should you feel like making a good old fashioned fruit cake. As a side note, for any Yorkshire readers, it also goes well with cheese.
Wishing everyone blessings, hope and love this festive season.
So here we are, December 2nd and the first Sunday of Advent. A time of waiting and preparation.
I am thankful
Working on my new Huawei Media
I was actually working on this music blog last Monday, but got distracted and then was ill for the rest of the week so didn’t manage it. Here it is a week late with maybe one other as a bonus
Rain obscured my vision as I edged my journey onward. It was only the occasional glimpses of blue sky and the hint of a rainbow that kept me on the road to my destination. I listened to the daily service as they, too, sought to understand and know how best to remember.
Today’s music offerings are reflections that could be used for sacred places.
As we all take on the responsibility of remembrance this week-end, I pray that we will all find a sacred place in which to reflect and in the unity of humanity create a sacred commitment to peace and forgiveness and draw us nearer to the heart of God