August 8, 2007

A Sunday Concert

So as I mentioned previously, Sunday evenings are usually reserved for cooking something fancy. This last Sunday, however, my cooking partner was out of town. So instead of doing nothing at all (and going to bed early which would have been the wisest choice), I decided to have people over for a little concert.
I have been really blessed to have friends who play the guitar and sing quite beautifully. During church I was talking to Lance Jennings and he agreed to play for me. So I invited a few people at church to come join me.


Brian Coleman, Sam Fox and Tanner Huber came over a little early and we made some treats. Lance serenaded us for a bit and did an amazing job. One great thing about Lance is that he knows a lot of songs that Camille and I like, and he is willing and happy to play whatever we request.

After Lance was done playing Adam Norberg took the stage and played a few songs in story form. He got really into it and everyone lived it. I truly think that Adam should be a comedian when he grows up!

To end the musical portion of the night, Bryan Crosland played a bit. Brad was our final musician and played a little song called Wind chimes (for those of you not familiar with this “song”, it basically consists of playing the strings at the very, very top of the guitar where they are about to connect to the tuning posts).
After the concert portion we stayed and chatted for a while. It was fun to listen to music, eat treats, and get to know each other better. All in all I would say it was a successful night!

2 comments:

Camille said...

I love looking at photos of myself when I have a horrible double chin, yet at the same time no jawline at all. Thank you, Brad, for the photo, and Lindsey, for the post. It was a grand concert night, indeed.

Adam said...

I usually don't think pics of myself are very cool, but I have to say that rockstar shot of me is definately "poster-worthy" (like that shot of Pasha and Lauren during the Transformer hip-hop routine that I still want to make into a poster). But I really appreciated you saying that you think I could be a comedian when I grow up. That might be the greatest compliment I have ever received. Thanks Lindsey.