Last night before I went to sleep, I asked God to give me a happy dream.
So last night, after I went to sleep, I floated through the air on a funky blast of wind. Floated among clouds that looked like scrubby-nubby sheep fleece, wishing I had my camera in my pocket to take a picture for this week's "Happy" theme on the P52 photo project. Floated around the neighborhood for several minutes, and then returned home to a fancy French kitchen with brick-covered walls. A happy dream.
Wake up. My real kitchen walls are painted dark green. And I have this lovely lacy wall hanging with birds. I'll let them do the sky and cloud thing.
Sometime before Thanksgiving, I'll have to do a post listing my Thankful Thoughts, as a lot of my friends are doing.
For now, in keeping with "Sing to the Lord a new song", I'll link several Christian songs from the 1970's and 1980's. I culled my old LP record collection last night and decided to see if I could find some of the songs on YouTube in case I ever want to listen to them again. Here are a few I found:
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"Psalm 61" Matthew Ward
"What a Day" Phil Keaggy "All That I Can Do" Courts of the King with Ted Sandquist, Phil Keaggy, Nedra Ross... "Morning Comes When You Call" Second Chapter of Acts
"Talk to One Another" Brown Bannister "Nobody Knows Me Like You" Benny Hester "A Song in the Night" Silverwind
"Faith Takes a Vision" by James Ward (his was the first Christian concert I ever attended)
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