Exceptionally Proud, But Slightly Confusing

I thought I was being elegant in the post I put up the other night about my daughter, but apparently I was being confusing.  This helps me understand some past events in my life, but that’s a story for another day.

The young man next to my daughter in the video is my son, David.  I took the video at our church’s Baccalaureate Luncheon, which is held in honor of new high school graduates.  The two of them sang a song called 100 Years, which is about the passing of the phases of your life – appropriate for the occasion.  It is worth noting that they only rehearsed this about 3 times, and that they largely figured out the harmonies on the fly.

Here is the video again:

If you would like to see the full YouTube page, on which it’s a little easier to see what’s going on, click here:  See video on YouTube.

 

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