Handbell Hero


OK, so this is just plain fun.  I can’t do as well as I’d like because I find myself wanting to watch the folks playing the bells instead.

(thanks to @chrismoncus for passing this one along via Twitter)

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4 comments on “Handbell Hero

  1. You did an internet interview with me a couple of years ago concerning O Holy Night. In case you are interested, I have just posted a video of me singing the song new, on Youtube. The direct link is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiAuyM3gB5U

    I have decided to let all information out, since some students of mine at Belmont University have already put my full name out on line. Feel free to let all of your readers know the video is available.

    I got an email this week from a man who “visits the dark side” and he heard O Holy Night and the interview on your website. The spiritual tone at the end made him want to contact me, and I was able to witness to him through the funnyoholynight email address. He said the song made him feel less hopeless and your interview made him wonder if God was trying to talk to him.

    I hope that makes you as happy to hear as it did me. Thanks and have a very Merry Christmas!

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  4. Dean Lusk says:

    Ha ha ha!! (Not the comment — the game.)

    It was definitely more fun to watch the smiles change to scowls than it was to play the music.

    Nice link!

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