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Celtic Woman - "Orinoco Flow".

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Celtic Woman are one of my most favourite Irish/Celtic groups, yet I’ve only shared one song with you so far. I’ve recently seen that they released something new, including a newer version of “Orinoco Flow” that they also sang before, but I decided I like the older version more and will show it to you. 286 more words


The Accuser


Revelations 12:10 describes what John the apostle saw during his imprisonment on the isle of Patmos; “Then I heard a loud voice in heaven say: 1,389 more words


Just announced: The Tannahill Weavers at Baldwin's Station

Scotland’s traditional quartet The Tannahill Weavers will be at Baldwin’s Station for one night only on Thursday, April 23, 2020. Tickets Call 410-795-1041 404 more words

Baldwin's Station

Gun Control

Gun control, as it’s labeled, is a topic, except for the almost 50 million people executed through abortion in this country, that has polarized Americans like no other. 838 more words


Total Recall on Man

There’s nothing better than discovering the manufacturer issued a recall on the defective transmission that started giving you a problem in your used minivan one year after you purchased it. 1,224 more words


Hail to the King and the Mahatma

Sorry I didn’t write yesterday. I left the house yesterday, that will make things easier. For the first time I did what I consider my default Sunday plan, going to… 965 more words


Song of the day (14th August) - Loreena MCKennitt - "The Lady Of Shalott".

This song from Loreena MCKennit, as you can probably guess, tells the story of Elaine of Astolat, from the Arthurian legend. Well, moreover, it’s the musical adaptation of the whole poem “The Lady Of Shalott” by Alfred Tennyson. 84 more words