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Some good, some bad. I have professional dancers coming in to do some stuff. A big thing for live shows is a lot of video production. I always try and make sure to get the audience involved.
Contestants can receive points for their performance, 10 points for attendance per person, 10 points for absentee votes per person, five points for votes and a bonus 1, points for artists who turn in a package of a press kit, the top five reasons why they should represent Pittsburgh, a second radio jingle for UTubeRadio. The bonus point prize will be deducted if the complete package is not provided. Sunday 3 November Monday 4 November Tuesday 5 November Wednesday 6 November Thursday 7 November Friday 8 November Saturday 9 November Sunday 10 November Monday 11 November Tuesday 12 November Wednesday 13 November Thursday 14 November Friday 15 November Saturday 16 November Sunday 17 November Monday 18 November Tuesday 19 November Wednesday 20 November Thursday 21 November Friday 22 November Saturday 23 November Sunday 24 November Monday 25 November Tuesday 26 November Wednesday 27 November Thursday 28 November Friday 29 November Saturday 30 November Sunday 1 December Monday 2 December Tuesday 3 December Wednesday 4 December Thursday 5 December Friday 6 December Saturday 7 December Our second reading was from a fairy tale—More than Salt.
From the time my husband first began telling me he loved me, he would tell me that he loved me more than salt. Given our love of food, it was the most apt way to express our love for each other. With respect to the former, when the Supreme Court finally ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges that same sex sex couples had a fundamental right to marry, my husband and I brought our two children out to celebrate in the streets of Manhattan.
The photo of us with our infant son and toddler daughter, joyously waving our rainbow flags, only serves as a reminder of the joy we felt the day we were married—and the joy we hope all couples will have in the future. That Hafiz poem is my absolute favorite, and the one I posted on Facebook the day before my wedding.
Thanks so much for that sweet reminder! In that book which is My memory. On the first page That is the chapter when I first met you Appear the words. Here begins a new life. What a timely topic! It erupts like an earthquake and then subsides. You have to work out whether your roots have become so entwined together that it is inconceivable that you should ever part.
Because this is what love is. Love is not breathlessness, it is not excitement, it is not the promulgation of promises of eternal passion.
Your mother and I had it, we had roots that grew towards each other underground, and when all the pretty blossom had fallen from our branches we found that we were one tree and not two.
I still truly love the quote, but now it just seems so fitting that we had chosen it at our wedding. I attended 3 weddings in 3 months earlier this year, and the readings each couple selected were very special. Have so much love, That it Burns like a fire, In which we bake a lump of clay Molded into a figure of you And a figure of me. Then we take both of them, And break them into pieces, And mix the pieces with water, And mold a figure of you, And a figure of me.
I am in your clay. You are in my clay. In life we share a single quilt. In death we will share the same bed. This post has many wonderful ideas. Thanks Joanne, and your lovely readers! We were married at city hall in SF and had a record quick ceremony. A few days later we had a big party to celebrate we had parents and one friend attend the ceremony. The only trick is to show up every day with an open heart.
And still bring tears to my eyes! What a fun post! You shall be together when the white wings of death scatter your days. Ay, you shall be together even in the silent memory of God. But let there be spaces in your togetherness, And let the winds of the heavens dance between you. Love one another, but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.
Give one another of your bread but eat not from the same loaf Sing and dance together and be joyous, but let each one of you be alone, Even as the strings of a lute are alone though they quiver with the same music. For only the hand of Life can contain your hearts. We had a little snippet from Hemmingway which was lovely but in retrospect not as meaningful as this short piece from Homer that was printed on our orders of service:. They are a great joy to their friends, a grief to their foes, but they know it best themselves.
To love — a person and a place — means at least this: Number One: To want to be near it, physically. Number Two: To want to know everything about it — its story, its moods, what it looks like by moonlight. Number Three: To rejoice in the fact of it. Number Four: To fear its loss, and grieve for its injuries. Number Five: To protect it — fiercely, mindlessly, futilely, and maybe tragically, but to be helpless to do otherwise.
Number Six: To be transformed in its presence — lifted, lighter on your feet, transparent, open to everything beautiful and new. Number Seven: To want to be joined with it, taken in by it, lost in it.
Number Eight: To want the best for it. Number Nine: Desperately. To love a person is to act lovingly toward him, to make his needs my own. To love a place is to care for it, to keep it healthy, to attend to its needs. Obligation grows from love. It is the natural shape of caring. Number ten, I write in my notebook: To love a person or a place is to take responsibility for its well-being. In the months leading up to the wedding we were studying for the bar exam and two days after the wedding we left on a six week long honeymoon road trip around the United States, so it felt particularly relevant:.
Let the tools remain in the workshop! Let the school stand! Let the preacher preach in his pulpit! Camerado, I give you my hand! I give you my love more precious than money, I give you myself before preaching or law; Will you give me yourself? We thought about using the e. Love that Hafiz poem!!
I still adore the text we chose, by my favorite author ever, Frederick Buechner. They say they will cherish each other and be faithful to each other always. In other words, the vows they make at a marriage could hardly be more extravagant. They give away their freedom. They bind their lives together in ways that are even more painful to unbind emotionally, humanly, than they are to unbind legally. The question is: what do they get in return? They get each other in return.
Assuming they have any success at all in keeping their rash, quixotic promises, they never have to face the world quite alone again.
There will always be the other to talk to, to listen to. There is still someone to get through the night with, to wake into the new day beside. If they have children, they can give them, as well as each other, roots and wings.
They both still have their lives apart as well as a life together. Notify me of new posts via email. Skip to content. December 14, January 18, claeriekavanaugh. How long have they been in there? What did I do? Share this: Twitter Facebook Tumblr. Like this: Like Loading Next post 11 Snowy Knights. Jen wrote and recorded them at home, sent them to Andy and, while he was enhancing them, she'd write and record some more until they had enough for an album - a process she describes as "from shack to shed".
Jen and Andy discovered a perfect musical synchronicity purely by chance though they didn't actually meet until last December, by which time the album was finished. When she sent each new song to Andy, Jen sketched out the album's intriguing percussion parts using rocks, wine bottles, her kid's blocks - anything she had to hand.Listen free to Jen Olive – Warm Robot (Boulevard, Warm Robot and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at newwave.zulkikreegavinrarathorgagra.infoinfo