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A Little Rest From the Books

Posted: January 12, 2009 by limabean03 in Trinity Tidings
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I dropped Steph and David off at the airport this morning.  I’ll be spending the rest of the week here by myself.  I was pretty sad to see them go.  It was a lot harder than I thought it would be.  But I”m glad they’re home safe and as much as I hate it, it does give me the chance to be a more dedicated student.  I spent the morning writting a paper for class and will write one more this evening.  I’ll be posting some of the work I’ve done while I’ve been down here if anyone is interested.   But I thought I might show you guys some of the fun things I did this afternoon. 

Riding the "Kraken" at Seaworld

Riding the "Kraken" at Seaworld

Below is a picture I took at the whale show.  I sat right on the front row and got soaked.  It was like someone dumped a tub load of salt water on me. It was pretty cool.  Off topic, I got a bit thirsty while I was at Seaworld and found I couldn’t buy water for less than $4.  But you know what?  Beer was free.  That’s right.  Beer was free.  Unfortunately it was Budweiser, but they had some good stuff on offer including a nice winter ale (although the finish tasted a bit artificial) and I also tried out their new “All American Ale”.  It was a good offering.  Check out the whale pic below.

Right on the Front Row!

Right on the Front Row!

While you’re at it, why not check out little David’s encounter with the whale on video here

Resonet in Laudibus
A weekly newsletter for the Music Ministry of
Trinity Episcopal Church

…to inspire all people through the power of the Gospel
to become living members of the Body of Christ

November 23, 2008
Christ the King
This Week’s Lessons
Ezekiel 34:11-17
Psalm 95:1-7 (Anglican Chant: Hurd)
Luke 23:32-43
Most of the feast days on our calendar commutate some event: Christmas, Easter, Pentecost, Epiphany, the Transfiguration, and so forth.  A few feasts, like The Holy Trinity or All Saints, remind us of some doctrine or teaching of the church.  Christ the King, the last Sunday of the Church year, is unique among all of these observances in that it commemorates something that has not yet happened; that is, Christ’s coming in final victory to gather his people unto himself and to reign over them as King.  The context for this celebration is that the passion and death of Christ on the cross seals this victory for him and for us, and that we have a King who reigns from the Cross. (more…)