God created us as instruments with the ability to sing and make music. I unfortunately was not gifted with such ability.
I did learn to play the piano as a child. And I bought a left handed guitar later in life to learn to play. Some day. But I can’t carry a tune.
But I do enjoy listening. Hearing. Music. Of all types.
Music is an important part of praise and worship to God.
Last night it may have been cold outside, but nany Tulsans were warm inside as they experienced beautiful music to their ears.
By someone who could. Carry a tune. And compose and conduct.
It would have been music to my ears as I enjoyed the Tulsa Symphony and Tulsa Oratorio Chorus under the leadership of guest conductor, Eric Whitacre. Except. I double booked.
We purchased tickets to the Symphony. Not realizing they were the same night as a wedding we would be attending. And then it was also my father’s 88th birthday.
It never fails. When it rains, it pours. I’ll not have another function for months!
The wedding won hands down! There’s nothing better than witnessing two become one. Then watching them make beautiful music together on the dance floor as they danced their first dance. Love at its finest! ❤💍🍾 Pistol Pete even made an appearance to congratulate the newlyweds and be available for photo opportunities.
Our symphony took place for us at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame instead. At the reception. The two tickets to the Tulsa Symphony were picked up at will call by my mentor teacher to use. I can’t think of better hands for them to fall into for use. She so deserves them for all her help to me this year! And her husband can carry a tune, working for the TU music department. ♩ And my family will gather tonight to celebrate my father’s birthday, a day late. 🎂 Life goes on. Just like the melody of a beautiful song.
Let’s all make beautiful music unto the Lord however we are gifted.
Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the spirit singing to God with gratitude in your hearts. Colossians 3:16
Love and laughter,