Monday, December 20, 2010

Roger Sherman Wishes to Share a Celtic Version of Amazing Grace

A Celtic (pronounced Keltic) Amazing Grace - from the André Rieu orchestra.
(about three minutes in length, and you will wish it were longer!)

It begins with the leading notes being played on a pennywhistle (an instrument which comes to us from Ireland) Then, the lead is taken over by a single bagpiper, followed by an entire array of bagpipers!

Have your speakers really cranked up for this.

Be blessed as you watch and listen!  Here is the link -  Celtic Amazing Grace

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Class Christmas Party - December 11, 2010

On a mildly chilly evening members of our class and their guests once again gathered at the beautiful lakeside home of Mary Futch.  Mary lives on a private lake, Lake Lester.  You may view a list of attendees at this link Party Attendees List.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Butch Moody Update

Butch Moody wishes his classmates and friends to know that extensive medical diagnostic tests have shown that he has stage-4 metastatic lung cancer.  The site of metastasis is the left hip bone.  He has finished a round of radiation therapy on the hip, and he will start a round of chemotherapy on December 20, 2010.  Both Butch and Sue wish to express their thanks to classmates and friends who have called and sent cards.  These gestures mean so very much to them.