Sunday, April 4, 2021

There's more than one way to skin a cat

...which being interpreted means if the mountain won't come to Mohammed, Mohammed will go to the mountain.

...which being interpreted means since I wasn't able to show you myself playing "Resurrection Medley", Mark Hayes's arrangement of three Easter songs, I'll just show you someone else playing it:

"Resurrection Medley" (3:10)

Happy Easter!

...which being interpreted means Christ is risen!

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  1. Well I have to say that I enjoyed yours more but then that probably because I had a connection to it.

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    1. Graham, you are very kind, thank you. The woman played it well, I thought, but I could have done with less wrist lifting and arm flailing.

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    1. Jeannelle, and a happy and blessed Easter to you and your family also!

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  3. That was very nice but I also enjoyed yours that I imagined yesterday! Happy Easter!

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    1. Bonnie, thank you! I wish I could have heard what you imagined....

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  4. Happy Easter! Hope your day was blessed!

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    1. Kathy, we had a wonderful day of good fellowship with friends at church, good food at our favorite Greek restaurant, and good conversations via text and telephone with family members, all of which adds up to the blessing of God.

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  5. Happy Easter to the Bragues!
    Alphie

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    1. Alphie Soup, thank you! I hope yours was happy and blessed. Supercalifragilistic, even. I do not say phantasmagorical.

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  6. He is risen, indeed, my friend! Glad your day was special - ours was, as well. May God bless you both!

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  7. HH/HTHS/Pam, thank you all the way to northwest Washington. Every day is special when one has reached 80 but Resurrection Sunday is always especially special.

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