Category Archives: Christmas
I love handbells. I play in a handbell choir at my church. Here we are playing Advent Carol on December 1, 2019. (If you listen carefully, you may hear O Come, O Come Immanuel and a snippet of Let All … Continue reading
Poor Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Following the huge success of The Sleeping Beauty ballet in 1890, the Tsar wanted another hit from Tchaikovsky and choreographer Marius Petipa. Petipa took charge of the storyline of the ballet and created two scenes based on the … Continue reading
This article first appeared on ARHtistic License. When I compare Christmases past to Christmas present (the time frame, not the gift), I’m struck that as we pass through the seasons of life, we experience Christmas differently. The Elementary Years When … Continue reading
What the Angels Said I bring you good tidings of great joy. Today in the town of David A savior is born to you. Find the babe wrapped in cloths: This will be your sign. Glory to God! Peace … Continue reading
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Originally posted on ARHtistic License:
You know those $5 bins of CDs they have at Walmart? I always take a peek in the Christmas bin in case there’s a gem in there I don’t have yet. This year I treated…