Author Archives: Andrea R Huelsenbeck
LET IT SNOW!
Originally posted on Writing and Illustrating:
I thought most of you would enjoy some snowy illustrations from 2022 to get you in the winter mood. For those of you who were affected by the winter storms that caused so much…
Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed celebration of Our Lord’s birth. For your listening pleasure, here is a wonderful performance of Handel’s Messiah. It’s long, so you may enjoy having it playing in the background as you go about about … Continue reading
Merry Christmas Concert
Scripture Break #41
Handbells for Christmas, 2022
One of the activities I’ve missed since the beginning of the pandemic is playing in the handbell choir in church. They started up again in September of 2021, but I opted out until September of this year. Here is the … Continue reading
Scripture Break #40
Psalm 23 as translated by Taki Miyashina The Lord is my Pace-setter, I shall not rush, He makes me stop and rest for quiet intervals. He provides me with images of stillness, which restore my serenity. He leads me in … Continue reading
George Frederic Handel
Georg Friederich Händel (1685-1759) was born in Halle, in what is now Sachsen (Saxony), Germany. Though he showed interest in music as a child, his father wanted him to study law. His mother, however, encouraged his musical inclinations. While still … Continue reading
Gather the children.
Video of the Day: Happy Thanksgiving
For your listening pleasure today.