Rejoyce Greatly and Super Bowl Advice

First of all, I posted this video a couple of months ago, but I didn’t do a very good job of posting it.  This is a splending rendition of Rejoyce Greatly from Handel’s Messiah.  The soprano has perfect diction!  Sometimes singers tend to slur their words and it’s tough to understand them, but she sings so clearly.  Listen to the line “He shall speak peace.”  Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous, anytime of year. 

Seond of all, I have some unsolicited Super Bowl betting advice.  A few months ago during the Spain vs. Argentina Davis Cup Final, a journalist on Tennis.com wrote an unusual analogy.  The writer said, “Playing Rafael Nadal on clay is a bit like being a 12 year old girl who has been dared to kiss her crush.”  Now, I can’t say for certain, but I don’t think playing Rafa on clay would be anything like that!  It would be way scarier. 

So, for the upcoming Super Bowl, I suggest reading any and all pregame interviews by Tom Brady and Eli Manning.  Now, if one of them says, “I feel exactly like a 12 year old girl who has been dared to kiss my crush,” I want you to bet a lot of money on the opposing team. 

You’re welcome.  🙂  BTW, why do Word Press’ smiley faces look evil?

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4 Responses to Rejoyce Greatly and Super Bowl Advice

  1. queridorafa says:

    Lol, I don’t think I remember that particular article…sounds like Pete Bodo? It’s definitely…an interesting way of looking at it.
    They do look a little evil, I have to agree with you! 🙂

  2. mariposaxprs says:

    I have never watched a Super Bowl match in my life. During school, one of my backers invited me to a Super-Bowl watching afternoon, so I was excited to finally find out what the fuss was about. Alas, the afternoon was cancelled, so I guess it was never meant to be 🙂 I hope whichever team you were rooting for won!

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