Saturday, January 24, 2009

On a lighter note...


I need to get the title of my last post off of everyone's blog rolls...

Sunday I went to choir practice, and we began learning several new songs. One of them was "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" which I LOVE!

I was really tired from staying up too late the night before, and in our house we kind of have a habit of finding dual meaning in words or ideas to make them funny. (Thanks Scott)

Anyway, as we started singing, I chuckled to myself after the words "...some melodious sonnet, sung by flaming tongues above..." I couldn't help but visualize "flaming gay" angels with their beautiful voices! It was a pleasant thought and made me smile.

(Photo is from the movie "Were the World Mine" which Scott and I are excited to watch when it becomes available.)

5 comments:

invisible said...

I love that hymn! It is my all time fav! Thank you for sharing that image! I was rolling on the floor in laughter. Now everytime I hear the song I am going to picture that! >_<

D. said...

Um, I need to watch Were the World Mine ASAP!! Scott needs to get it to show at the Broadway Theatre downtown... *sigh*

Bravone said...

Thanks Sarah. I will never look at that hymn the same again!

Sparverius said...

That is funny! I love that song too, but I will never think of it the same again. Kind of like "Edelweiss" - that one will forever be about bras. :)

Sarah said...

Ha Ha! Good old memories from camp--I can't believe I have a daughter going to Oakcrest this year! We are getting old!

Actually, Edelweiss reminds me of Rocky. I loved to sing that one with her. Any luck finding her?