Plates of Sweden. This is gorgeous. Take a look at these food photos and drool!
Today was Maundy Thursday. Our church held a modified Tenebrae service. Our choir performed “Song of the Shadows” – particularly fitting since Tenebrae means shadows in Latin.
We all wore black to mark the solemnity of the occasion. No one spoke after the service until we were in our cars.
Earlier, in rehearsal:
The program cover:
The choir at Riverland Hills has been practicing for our Maundy Thursday service tomorrow at 7 p.m. We’re presenting a music-filled service titled “Song of the Shadows.”
We just finished our dress rehearsal.
It’s hard to get a good photo with my iPhone of the vastness that is the Grand Central Terminal, but this was my attempt. The constellations on the ceiling are beautiful.
Just got in from seeing The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. Visiting NYC includes wonderful moments. This was one of them.
I was lucky enough to get a ticket at the last minute…. And I had a seat in a box!
A look at the house from my seat.
The view of the stage from my box before the show. That’s the famous chandelier covered in the middle.
I’m thrilled that I remembered my blog password. It has been too long since I posted…. my goal is to do a little more posting this last part of the year. Life got a little (read: lot) crazy at work back sometime in March … and I let the stress take over. During the family reunion the first week of September my cousin Tim told me he missed my postings. Thanks, Tim, for the gentle nudge. So, I’m back. More later on why it took me three weeks to post after the reunion.
For now – here’s a blog I want you all to visit. Nina Camic’s pictures of Wisconsin in the fall are beautiful. She came to this country as an 18-year-old au pair from Poland, and made her life here. Her blog “The Other Side of the Ocean” is tranquil and serene – a perfect way to end a Sunday evening.