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Concert night

April 20, 2013

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Lloyd had his concert in Omaha Saturday night, and since I can’t go to Sunday’s concernt in Lincoln (I have a meeting), I was eager to go shopping while they practiced attend this one. It did not disappoint. They sang some very lovely songs, and one wicked hard one that was very cool. The church was arranged such that I sat in the very front, so videotaping was awkward. I only have this snippet for now.

Speaking of the church, it was amazing. I wish I had taken a photo of the outside, because as we pulled up I told Lloyd it could be a chicken church. Inside, though, it was incredible! It was so open and beautiful, and the acoustics were amazing. I took some 360 shots. Here’s one. I wish I had taken more when the sun was up, because the windows were lovely when lit up.

The organ was gorgeous, too. I sat with Mr. Royuk and he said he knew the man who owned that organ company. He also kept calling it a ‘little’ organ but the thing had to be 20 feet tall! Look at the cool keys!

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So, well done, Lloyd. I am proud of your group and you’re going to be great tomorrow!

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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9 Responses to “Concert night”

  1. Kristi Said on:

    Nice panoramic view. Apparently, the Holy Spirit hovereth in the legs of a man??

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  2. Brad Said on:

    Why are there pastors in robes in that one picture? Were you crashing an evening service?

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    • Lauren Said on:

      They had church at 5:30 (I didn’t go), then afterward they took all the stuff away -- the altar, the candles, etc. It was pretty efficient.

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  3. Mark Said on:

    Was this, perchance, a Roman Catholic church building?

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  4. Jane Sommerer Said on:

    Tell me several weeks ahead next year. I would like to see you sing again. Only when Dad can travel well.

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