Monday, March 12, 2007

Recipe the Name of the Lord

Ok, this is a no picture post. I've been really busy lately and haven't had time to take any. That being said, I had a great time Sunday morning with the Cherub Choir (ages 4-6) that I help teach at our church. They had to sing in front of the congregation and had been practicing their song for several weeks. The song was "Blessed be the Name of the Lord." A mom came up later and told me that her son had been singing the song at home, but she couldn't understand why her son was singing "Recipe the Name of the Lord" until she actually heard us sing that morning. Kids crack me up, they really do. You never know what one is going to say or do. What did I do for entertainment before I had kids and started working with them?

3 comments:

  1. are you familiar with the term
    mondegreen?

    here is a link
    http://www.physics.ohio-state.edu/~wilkins/writing/Resources/essays/mondegreens.html

    but you can google mondegreen for more sites/examples.
    kids are frequently provide mondegreens... many are quite funny!
    (thanks for your kind words on my blog)

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  2. You're quite welcome! We've actually chatted before. You helped me once on a project over at Craftster. My moniker there is Henri.

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  3. Reminds me of when my son started Christian pre-school and learned:

    God is great!
    God is good!
    Welcome to your food.
    I'm mad!

    (God is Great!
    God is good!
    And we thank Him for our food.
    Amen)

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