Social Distancing for Easter – A choral version

Yes, I know it’s not Easter anymore — wait, technically it is because according to the liturgical calendar, it lasts for 50 days.

And hopefully by the end of those 50 days, we’ll be able to leave our houses, right?

(Just trying to stay positive.)

Back to the subject at hand… the subject being how it’s still Easter and how I’m clearly on time and not late with this whatsoever… Husband sent me this video and it made me so darn happy (and just a wee bit teary-eyed) that I wanted to share it with you all.

It’s a church in Chicago presenting Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus, the social distancing version.

Truly, the creative way people are getting through this time is inspiring.

Hallelujah, indeed.

Now go wash your hands. ❤️

15 thoughts on “Social Distancing for Easter – A choral version

  1. How cute is that? Thanks for sharing. One thing I really like about virtual church is that during it, I get to cuddle on the couch with Radar the dog! And communion has been fun too-on Easter Sunday, it was V8 juice in tiny beer mugs and Triscuits (which of course I shared with Radar-ling).

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  2. So much fun! And now I want to gather my family and run slap together a clever little performance as well. Hey Partner, you busy? Oh, right, he’s on a conference call with work. Cleo the Cat, wanna come help Daddy? Oh, right, she’s working on upping her nap total for the day. (She’s a little bit behind; the lawn service was here earlier and that threw things off.) Anybody? Hmm. Wait, the mailman just walked by the window and he’s moving a little slow. Seize the day! Be right back…

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