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It is well....

Monday, August 19, 2013

Went for a walk with the DH and the dog this morning. Was a little slower paced then I would have liked, but it was decent.

Then the day passed, didn't get as much done as I would have liked.

Went for a walk this evening just to get some peace, and played the Pandora box, with all the various stations I like. When a yack-ad came on, poof! I changed the station. Had some nice songs where I really picked up the pace and after my first mile, I didn't want to go home. Second mile. Third mile. Getting darker and leg was griping at me.

Cooled off at home listening to the music and suddenly, in a supposedly "exercise music" station, I get Rebecca St James singing "It is Well" and the lyrics were there. Oh Joy! (Not all the lyrics I remember, but the melody was there. And I thought, "yea... All is well!"

Thought it would be fun to upload link to the video - but the only RSJ version of the song I could find on YouTube was a live version, no lyrics, and not the same phrasing and pacing (I didn't like it as well as the studio version I heard on Pandora. But I did find lots of other versions of the song with lyrics, really too many to pick one, so here is my arbitrary selection:

"It is well" - Kutless

Hope it is well with you...
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    That's really strange - where did the other comments go? There were several others here in this blog earlier this week.
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    I love Pandora and training the stations to what I like... Mine occasionally get a little wierd though too.. Most common in my Christian feed is to get country stations or kids songs, occasionally secular R&B as well. Oh well.. lol..

    I have a comedy station, a jazz station, and a Christmas station as well :)

    I have Pandora One so I don't get ads, but sometimes I have to forward to the next song or thumbs down if I don't like one, so I can move on to the next one.
    1671 days ago
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