I saw the light

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We sometimes sing the Hank Williams song I Saw the Light in our home church gatherings.

I saw the light, I saw the light. No more darkness; no more night. Now I'm so happy no sorrow in sight. Praise the Lord, I saw the light!

I love belting out this tune while our friend Bob strums his guitar and since yesterday morning it, and every other "sun" song I know have been in my head. (If you want a good chuckle - don't get me wrong I LOVE Johnny Cash but those 70's choir gown back up singers are a hoot - check out this video version of the song.)

Here's my photographic ode to I Saw the Light, Here Comes the Sun, Sunny Days and every other sun song known to man, because baby the sun has finally decided to shine!!

sunflower pendant: made by Laurent Maybe the sun decided to shine because I started the day wearing my new sunflower pendant handcrafted by Laurent.

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What sun songs are you singing these days?

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  • gardenmama

    gardenmama on June 27, 2009, 2:16 a.m.

    oooh love your pendant : ) Look at those peas!! "this little light of mine" and mr. sun, sun mr. golden son... o.k. now I am going to be singing that one all night lol

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  • kate

    kate on June 29, 2009, 6:52 p.m.

    Oh, the light indeed.

    Lovely pictures. My weekend posts always focus on "in this moment" and yesterday I was taken by light in so many forms from the week's pictures.

    We're singing songs of gratitude over here these days. With a little Johnny Appleseed blessing thrown in and a little Jack Johnson, because the phrase "I wanna be where the talk of the town is about last night when the sun went down" seems to fit our sunset-driven summer living so perfectly.

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