Hearts, voices and Fridays

Thursday night I visited a friend in the hospital.  He had an apparent mild heart attack.  With medication he was feeling well.  Friday he was off to a larger centre for a further assessment.  I’ve appreciated Gordon’s laughter, his quirky sense of humour and his deep concern for others.  I’m praying for recovery!

Friday came with a sermon to prepare, visiting to be done and recording to complete.

Friends from Calgary, Arnold and Phyllis Schellenberg, dropped in.  Their children were a little older than ours.  Jill and I had taught them when they were young.  Now they are 29 and 31.  Arnold and Phyllis are nearing retirement.  The time was sweet and encouraging.  We left each other with prayer.

The evening (5 hours worth) was spent laying down further tracks for Wayne Gibson’s CD called "Testify."  We now have two tracks that are pretty well ready — 8 others that need mixed and one, possibly two tracks, that we would like to add another instrument.  At midnight we finished off a song called "Your Glory."  What a great number.  I haven’t mastered it down yet, but perhaps in the next while I’ll stick a snippet on this site.

At th midnight hour I hit the pillow.  Now Saturday will be spent continuing to work on the CD.  Release date is scheduled for September 28th, here in Kindersley during our Goose Festival.

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