I believe it was Martin Luther who noted: “As long as we live, there is never enough singing.” So true! The office staff was treated early this morning to an impromptu concert by some of our youngest learners arriving on campus. Their teacher, Mrs. Wimpee, met them in the front foyer to walk them to class, but their attention was diverted by our office tree. Enthusiasm and song exploded to the delight of us all! Who can resist a sweet little voice singing you everything you ever wanted to know about trees, Santa, and life?! 🙂
Speaking of song, our third graders are rehearsing for the presentation of their holiday program, Broadway Santa. It turns out, Santa writes a play and flies his elves and reindeer to NYC to pitch the idea to producers with antics along the way. Will they make it to Broadway in time for Christmas after all? It’s a precious show and we hope you’ll come join us on Thursday, Dec. 6th @ 7:00 p.m. in our Miller Cafe for the final answer…
But before you do, please consider this question today: Think about your favorite holiday song, hymn, or carol…why do you look forward to hearing or singing it every year? Here’s hoping you have multiple songs in your heart to sing while you enJOY the sounds of this season. Do you hear what we hear…we sure hope so!
O Holy Night is my favorite Christmas carol, but all it takes is a few bars of almost any song to make me want to croon along. Especially if it’s sung by Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, or any of the old gang.