hat can I say? I have been re-orienting priorities, and haven’t posted anything here since back in the fall. The Heidelberg posts were all set up to automatically post since the very beginning. I would like to have set up something similar for 2010, but it didn’t happen. The “Friday Photo” posts, although quite fun for me, took a good bit of time to produce, so they fell away before all blossoms had completely left our landscape. I am sorry about that, but other priorities had crept in, and something had to go. We may post some landscape photos from time to time this year, but don’t expect much, and you won’t be disappointed. We will see what happens.
If I ever get some free time in 2010, I would like to concentrate my posts on church music. Much of my thought has been provoked by posts this last year by Douglas Wilson on the subject. Rather than comment on his comments, here is a link to his category page on Musical Exhortation which lists all all of them, the first beginning in April of 2009. Start at the bottom (there are two pages at present) and work your way up for best results, although they can be read randomly with similar results. Much of what Wilson has to say will stretch your mind a good bit, but don’t shut him out just because he may step on your toes. He will make you think, and that’s good. I know many connected to leading and creating (and singing) church music don’t think so, but trust me, you will get use to it in time. It might do us all some good, eventually.