Posted by eerohero on Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Merry Christmas to all of You
with this song of beauty , performed by Sarah McLachlan, does anyone know more about Her, I reckon the composer of this song, Gordon Lightfoot, yet not much about the Girl`s singing it.
May your Christmas become to the best ever, thou nothing beats our childhood`s Christmas
Tuesday, December 6, 2011 @5:51:47 PM
marry christmas to you and your family
Tuesday, December 6, 2011 @6:03:14 PM
thanxs Rich well, Im about losing whats left of my original Family, my Mother on Her sickbed, Im not sure if She will be with Us at this Christmas or moving to the next world. Ill make the best of it.
Tuesday, December 6, 2011 @7:34:24 PM
and a Merry Christmas to you also. Our prayers are with you and your loved ones.
Quite honestly, I hadn't heard of Sarah McLachlan until a short time ago. She evidently is a dog lover and is the spokes person for ASPCA, which feeds and houses homeless dogs. At least here in the U.S.
Wednesday, December 7, 2011 @2:03:48 PM
Eero, Merry Christmas to you, my friend. I hope you get to spend time with your mother. May you have peace.
Wednesday, December 7, 2011 @2:34:08 PM
Thanxs fellow fiddlers, yes, I travelled to Finland for a couple of weeks ago and spended some time with my Mother, I gave Her a book about Reinkarnation and the calm appeared to Her hard Life at the Moment.
I do work with coaching & past/future life regressions for publics here in Sweden with Hypnosis, connected to my School education from Malibu, CA. That work and playing fiddle suits together quite well, a short break while giving lectures about the subject, gives me an opportunity to play some music of beauty with my fiddle, like for instance the song above.
very interesting readings about Sarah McLachlan, She and Gordon Lightfoot have the most sensitive voices, Ive heard.
Which one is your favorite nowadays, Stevie, Viola or Fiddle ? Christmas Carols may sound mighty good on Viola .
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