but not before he turned my cap into a cape…

Posting this because 1) it makes me laugh because it’s so bizarre, and 2) I know I’ll at least get a comment from Teacher Dave:

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4 thoughts on “but not before he turned my cap into a cape…

  1. That’s incredible! Manders, you remember when we were in NYC and we saw those random letter banners, and started saying, “today’s trip is brought to you by the letter G? Yeah, that reminded me of that day…

    And Dave, yay for In the Heights! How can you not be into that kind of thing? Sadly, I missed both it and SYTYCD tonight…

  2. Off-topic invitation:

    I’m doing a Hymn Project this summer —just because I want to. You can read more about it at this address on my blog: http://www.semicolonblog.com/?p=5145

    But basically, I’m asking you to send me a list of your ten favorite hymns. List these hymns in your order of preference. So your #1 hymn would be the one you feel is the best, and so on. I will be giving your first choice 10 points, your second choice 9 points, and so on. Submit your list to me at sherryDOTearlyATgmailDOTcom. Write “Hymn Survey” in the subject line.

    If you like, you can submit a justification for each hymn. Or you can send me a link to an audio or video version online. Include the name of the hymn’s author or lyricist and the composer of the melody you prefer if at all possible, especially if you think I might be unfamiliar with your particular hymn. At the beginning of June I will tally up the totals, and I will pull from the submitted pieces why one reader or another liked a particular hymn (naming the reader, of course). That way we’ll be able to hear from a whole bunch of people why they love one hymn or another. I will then count down from 100 to 1 on my blog over the course of the summer the top choices of what folks feel the best hymns of all time are.

    Thanks in advance for participating.

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