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Thursday, February 23, 2012

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Aunt Bet

Great! Granny and I loved hearing the singing. Beautiful.

Carrie

Lovely. God is so good to send us this kind of beauty and fellowship. Beautiful fellowship!

Susan

That was beautiful, Deb! My husband says families have the most beautiful harmony. Wes sings well and loves to sing a capela (did I spell that right?), so we enjoy that type of singing. Maybe someday we can come sing with you. I'll bring my guitar and Wes will bring his banjo! ;)

Tammy

One can listen to their singing over and over.

One question:Any significant reason as to why one wore a black covering and the others white.Didn't know if had to do with age or sometimes the change out.Haven't seen anyone with Christian headcoverings in a long time.

Lisa Spivey

Deb ~ What fun! And so many talented musicians playing such a variety of instruments. There is nothing like an ensemble with beautiful voices in harmony. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful evening with us.

Stephanie in Mi

Pretty good singing! The strumming must have been fun, too. I have always thought it would be fun to learn the mandolin. Just not enough hours in the day. I really enjoyed the video of singing. Thanks for sharing.

victoria

What pretty music. We love getting together with friends to sing - especially the Psalms. Maybe someday we can get together and sing too.

Victoria

Diane

What a wonderful evening!

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