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Tuesday
Dec132011

Hallelujah (And More)

This weekend we got the tree. Sunday was the holiday beer tasting at the Merc. But tonight is my favorite Christmastime tradition: the “Messiah” Sing-along.

I have always loved to sing, and I did a ton of it growing up. Since college, though, I haven’t done much of it. I certainly haven’t done enough of it for my taste. Every so often I think about finding a group to be be part of, or learning piano or guitar so I could strike out on my own. I know that would take rearranging my priorities, and I haven’t quite made the commitment to do that yet.

So, one Tuesday evening every December, I pick up my score, head over to First Presbyterian, and hope that this is the year we finally pull off “Worthy Is The Lamb.”

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