Sunday, 11 January 2015

Church, Singing, Garden

I seem to have lost my blogging mojo at the fact I think I have lost my mojo!

Since October I have been singing in a church choir which has been a totally new experience for me, particularly as I have only been singing for about nine months - having always said 'I am a wind player, I don't sing!'    Plus as a non-church goer it has been very different!  We wear gowns to sing so it is quite formal, but I love the singing and the learning of a different genre of music to what I have played and sung before.

Anyway last week we got to sing in the Chapel at Hatfield House for Epiphany which was a lovely experience to be able to sing in this historic Chapel which was consecrated in 1614.

Our usual church we sing in is St Ethelreda's in Old Hatfield.  This church dates to the 13th Century although has been updated since then!  The tower was constructed in the 15th Century.

This morning I decided to take the opportunity of taking a photo of the church as it was such a lovely clear albeit cold morning!

  This afternoon I had a little wander around our garden.

A rose is bravely flowering

The only other flower in the garden is this pretty purple.

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