Saturday, May 01, 2004

Music and Mystery

I spent most of last night and most of this morning attending a fantastic workshop on Lift Every Voice and Sing II, one of ECUSA's five hymnals. A great blend of singing, stories, history and humor. It was a blast - and in honor of that, stop over at Jane's page and put in your favorite hymn.
Upon returning from said workshop, some nice soul had put flowers in a paper basket on my door! I have no idea who they are from (Luke is out of town, so the obvious suspect is ruled out) but it was just lovely. To tie up the day, here are some more Indigo Girls lyrics for y'all.

There must be a 1000 things you would die for
I can hardly think of two
But not everything is better spoken aloud
Not when I’m talking to you

Oh the pirate gets the ship and the girl tonight
Breaks a bottle to christen her
Basking in the exploits of her thief
She’s a very good listener
Maybe that’s all that we need
Is to meet in the middle of impossibility
We’re standing at opposite poles
Equal partners in a mystery
- Mystery, Indigo Girls

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