If it’s ok with you, I’d like to bow out of making any post-reading comments. This was a very full weekend, and as I record this, it’s Sunday night at about 7:30. I’m working on a total of about 10 hours sleep this weekend, and to be honest, I am not up to writing a commentary. Is that ok with you?
Hey, I have an idea. We are in the Christmas season, so how about we end the show with a Christmas song from one of my friends? Stick around after the reading, and we’ll go directly into a song from my friend from the north, Winnipeg, Canada. Her name is Cat Jahnke, and she is one of the first artists I ever played on the Lifespring Podcast, so we’ve now known of each other for about 11 years. Over the past few years, we’ve come to know each other as real life friends. The lovely lady LeeAnn and I had the pleasure of taking her to dinner a little over a year ago when she was visiting her sister here in southern California. Cat has recorded what has become my favorite Christmas album, and I’m going to play my favorite song from that album, O Holy Night. The first time I heard it, it made me cry. It’s just beautiful. So stick around after the reading.
Go visit CatJahnke.com. Buy the CD. Help support a talented singer/songwriter.