Surprise, Surprise, Surprise

I was a total GP (Gomer Pyle)  last night or 2 AM this morning, and I can only imagine what my wife was thinking if she woke up to see me standing in front of our TV singing Hallelujah Chorus.   She probably thought she was married to a nut-job who walks and sings in his sleep.   All I can say is that she should be glad that I was singing in ppp instead of FF.

For what ever reason — and I don’t believe in coincidences — she left the TV on tuned onto a PBS station that was playing G.F. Handel’s Messiah.  No picture, just audio.  I awoke to For unto us a child is born.

In Disney’s Candlelight, the narrator gives a wonderful speech and includes part of the text from For unto us a child is born.  Of course, in the Messiah, the Hallelujah Chorus follows and of course I just had to sing my part in Tenor.

So what does this mean. Probably nothing, but when I visited my favorite conspiracy site, there was a pleasant surprise to the normal gloom and doom.

Hallelujah Chorus in Macy’s