Saturday, January 10, 2015

December 24, 2014 Christmas Eve in GA

Today at 2:00 pm, the marina provided dinner for all the boaters.  There was turkey, ham and all the fixings.  There were probably about 100 people.  The owner of the marina was there and gave a nice thank you for using their marina.  We ran into a couple we had met in Marathon, Fl last May.  Of course we are meeting more people every time we are at these functions.

I planned to sing at the midnight mass at the catholic church, so we just had a relaxing evening watching a couple older versions of “A Christmas Carol” and “Miracle on 34th Street”.  One of the choir members picked me up a little before 11:00.  In the choir loft, we shared wine, cheese, hummus, crackers, and grapes before mass.  That was a first for me.  There were people coming into the church early for midnight mass and here we were in the choir loft socializing.  We started providing music about 11:30 with group numbers, solos and instrumentals. 

Singing with the choir on Christmas Eve was great for me.  No matter where you are, you can find family at church in the choir. 

Sherrie the Dockmaster is serving food

Yacht club

small choir (one more male on right end of photo)

PRE mass party

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