I finally made it home after being hammered by storms and held down in the lee of Port Hadlock for nearly a week. I’ve had little internet access and only able to make an occasional post. It’s good to be back and have more time read and interact with my fellow bloggers.
15 thoughts on “On a Clear Day in Friday Harbor”
What a gorgeous voice!
Thank you, James. If you’ll notice, I’m a little flat on some notes, but Craig says that’s OK because in some traditions aritists believed that if the piece were perfect, it may be taken as an offense to God. So I did it purposely (pretty good excuse, don’t you think?)
Now that was like a little oasis in my day. You’ve got a lovely voice and everything, even the gentle bobbing up and down, had such a down to earth peace about it. Thank you. Wonderful moment.
Thank you, Don. It was an inspiring moment in that little boat when the fog lifted and the sky cleared.
Oh, indeed, that was so lovely! And welcome home 🙂
Maybe if Lily does a regular song I’ll get more comments on my blog. Thanks Lily, I’m your biggest fan.
Thanks Marie-It was a bit scary at times. Just found out Lily cracked a bone in her foot leaping on a dock.
Music on the water. What can be better?
I’m glad you liked it.
What beautiful singing!
I’m glad you enjoyed it.
Very cool video. It seemed like an opening for a movie. Very nice voice. Thanx for visiting my blog and have a wonderful day.
Thank you. I’m glad you like it. Lily is a wonderful singer (even if she gets more comments than me. I want to read more of your fine poetry.
My, you have a beautiful voice – so crystal clear. I actually played it back twice 🙂
Yes. And she puts such feeling into it.