“The Hokey Pokey’s not a song…”


By the way, I haven’t seen this movie. I don’t think it’s about the Hokey Pokey.

“Then what is it? Because it sure isn’t an anatomy lesson.”

– insight gleaned from an extended-family game night


Trick or Treat?

“All you have to do is walk up to a house, ring the doorbell, and say ‘Tricks or treats.'”
“Are you sure it’s legal?”

– from ‘It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown’

Check out performers at FAO Schwartz playing Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor on the “big” piano. For some reason, it’s not quite as spooky as hearing it on a large pipe organ.

Today’s also a great day to catch up on an older post, The Most Mysterious Mystery (Oct. 2010).

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“On Friday a thief”

Yesterday’s quote from Dietrich Bonhoeffer reminded me of these lyrics from a song by John Mark McMillan. Below the video you’ll find a link to McMillan’s commentary on the song.

“On Friday a thief
On Sunday a King
Laid down in grief
But awoke holding keys
To hell on that day
The first born of the slain
The man Jesus Christ
Laid death in his grave.”

– excerpt from “Death in His Grave” by John Mark McMillan

You can read John Mark McMillan’s line-by-line commentary on this song at his blog.

The Heart of John Mark McMillan” is a 2010 article from Relevant Magazine