Saturday, April 25, 2009


I decided that aside from various and sundry ramblings, on Sondays I'm going to post some of our favorite music. Ray is a singer. He has a beautiful tenor voice. I just sorta warble along, but I sing. Hey, God considers it a joyful noise, even if nobody else does. LOL Music means a lot to both of us and when we are down, we crank up the Christian tunes, certain ones more than others. This one. . . well, let's just say I think I wore holes in a couple of CDs. It's in the car, it's on all of our computers, it's everywhere.

We were married in a little tiny ceremony many, many years ago. So when we reached our 30th anniversary, we decided to do a rededication and have a "real" wedding. I even got to wear a white dress! It was a blast, even though I was deathly ill at the time. I wouldn't have traded that day for anything in the world! This song was our recessional and the whole church was out of the pews and into the aisles, singing and King David dancing to it.

So without further ado, here is the incomparable Paul Wilbur singing "Days of Elijah" from the album, Jerusalem Arise!


  1. My computer is acting up s it won't play but it sounded beautiful! You are getting so techie !

  2. Carla,

    I like the new way you say Sonday, very unigue as Sonday is the first day of the week and the Son did rise on that day, hence the name of the day!!!


  3. Hi, I'm visiting from MBC. Great blog.