Saturday, March 19, 2011

Edvard Munch and Me

....okay, that's not an singing activity...and probably more dramatic than I need to be. All week my trigeminal neuralgia has been giving me a lickin', and today, well today, not good at all. I think there might be an electrified rail road spike protruding from my face. No, not like the mote in your brother/neighbor's eye...more like the beam....yesssss, that's it; a huge metal beam attached to a live wire.

Heeeeyay....Yooohooo? Somebody wanna remove this thing...? Its really putting a hitch in my git-a-long.

Needless to say, simplicity is once again the word of the day. I am going to be doing my end of the month review tomorrow instead of next week (the last Sunday of the month) and I'll begin teaching Reverence is Love next week. I'll most likely be flying on auto-pilot tomorrow morning, so for Singing Time we'll play Who? What? How? for the review, using only the songs If I listen With My Heart, I will Follow God's Plan, and Stand for the Right. 

Thanks for checking in.

Have fun!


  1. Thanks for the great idea. I was sitting here trying to decide what in the heck I was going to do tomorrow. Feel better!

  2. I was also sitting here wondering what in the heck I was going to do! I really hope you get feeling better. Thanks so much for sharing your ideas! I love them!

  3. You poor dear! My mother had surgery for trigeminal neuralgia many years ago. Prior to her surgery she would experience episodes of intense pain like you describe. It was the worst pain she had ever experienced. I hope you get relief. I love your blog and have looked forward to it ever since I discovered it recently. You are one amazing lady!!

  4. Thanks Vanessa and Amb...I appreciate your comments!

    Peggy, was your mother's surgery a success? I hope she is pain free now. Thanks very much for your comment!

  5. Thank you so much for this idea! I love it and used it and look forward to possibly using it regularly to review new songs. The kids really seemed to like it, so I think it's a keeper. This has made life (at least some Sundays) so much easier! I look forward to seeing how you're going to introduce April's song. Sorry you weren't feeling good, hope you're feeling better.