WAFFLES: Hey Boss! Did the Easter Bunny leave you a quarter under your pillow yesterday?
KATIE: No, Waffles. That's the Tooth Fairy.
WAFFLES: Whoa! The Easter Bunny left you TEETH?
KATIE: No, Waffles. The Easter Bunny brings eggs and the Tooth–
WAFFLES: You got EGGS under your pillow??? Scrambled or over easy?
KATIE: You've GOT to be kidding.
WAFFLES: So what about Santa Claws. Does he ride with the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy? Who drives?
KATIE: I am SO out of here.
WAFFLES: Sheesh, this holiday stuff is confusing. At least I'm clear on the Great Leper Can.
We wish all of our friends and readers a happy and peaceful Easter and Passover filled with the love of family and friends from afar. While we stay safe and shelter at home, we're reminded that even when we're far away from those we love, they are still very much present in our hearts.
We want to share something very special with you today. If you've been with us for a while and follow Glogirly on Facebook, you might remember that she had an opportunity to see Andrea Bocelli in concert at Denver's Pepsi Center last year. It was a bucket list concert for her. She wasn't prepared for how truly incredible his performance and his voice was in person. Recordings, as beautiful as they are, simply don't do the power and beauty of his voice justice.
So when she heard he would be performing a 30-minute Music For Hope concert live from Duomo di Milano on Easter Sunday and broadcasting it via YouTube, she made sure to tune in. It was incredible. He performed both inside and outside Italy's Duomo Cathedral, sharing a message of hope with the world from a broken city. Drone footage of a quiet and nearly deserted Milan, Paris, London, and New York provided part of the backdrop to his performance, as well as the incredible Duomo cathedral.
He finishes the concert outside the cathedral with a performance of Amazing Grace that we promise will fill your heart and soul, and move you to tears.
We send you our heartfelt love today. You are not alone.
Amazing Grace -
The full 30-minute concert -
I just finished watching that on YouTube earlier. He's been one of my not-so-secret crushes for years.ReplyDelete
It sounds like you all had a lovely Easter.ReplyDelete
Happy belated Easter. It's so lovely that so many musicians are doing these types of videos, free concerts, etc. This one was particularly moving.ReplyDelete
Hoppy Easter. Mom heard the last song and it gave her chillsReplyDelete
The mom watched Andrea Bocelli performance. She said his voice is amazing...so calming in these days of heightened stress. Glad you all had a nice Easter.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing those videos with us. We hope you had a happy easter.ReplyDelete
It looks like you had a lovely Easter celebration ! PurrsReplyDelete
Waffles, I'm stuck on the image of eggs under the pillow...ReplyDelete
Thank you for posting the video. Mom didn't know about the concert. We just watched it and it was amazing! Thank you so much for sharing. Hope the Easter Bunny brought you lots of treats!ReplyDelete
Hope you had a nice Easter.ReplyDelete
You kitties always give me a giggle! I just LOVE Bocelli! I got to hear him live from Circus Maximus in Rome, amazing voice.ReplyDelete
People just don't make sense sometimes. Signed, Ringo.ReplyDelete
Mum didn't get any Easter candy this year. No going to the store.ReplyDelete