O Holy Night

Take your pick. David Archuleta or Carrie Underwood. Yes, we are busy, and that’s the mountain I’m trying to overcome.

David and Carrie, without American Idol, would be singing these songs in their Church and we’d probably never had heard their incredible voices.

Advent is a time for me to be joyful for the coming of our Lord and Savior. I usually “wake up” from my busy schedule and it’s January. I sadly think to myself, “How’d that happen?”

Too much desire to be Joyful this year. Desire is the secret ingredient in many recipes. And Joy.

By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.

1 comment

  1. Dear Jeff,

    Like I said before, I tend to be an “old soul” when it comes to music. Even though I think David Archuleta and Carrie Underwood do a great job, I still hold Nat King Cole as my “Oh Holy Night” crooner. To keep me from vanishing into the “busy-ness” of the season, I still fall back to my Nat King Cole Christmas cassette that I used to listen to growing up. It was also the same one I used to rock my sons asleep to when they were babies. Now when I hear it, I am flooded with the memories of my baby boys, and it reminds me to thank God for every moment with them.

    Bob

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