Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Grab your flux capacitor

What do this blog, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, A Christmas Carol and Back to the Future all have in common? That's right - they all travel back and forth in time.  So in my never-ending quest to document the fleeting moments of life as the Four Schneiders, I'm just going to have to stick with organized chaos here on the blog.  (Some sage advice from my dear friend Linda echos through my mind right now, but I'm keeping it to myself.)  

So, with that - let's travel through time a little. Because it's the quickest thing to post in my long line of potential blogs, here's the little collage from our trip to the Parade of Nations last night for the World Choir Games. Long story short, it's like the Olympics - only with singing. And this was the first time it has ever been in America and it was in Cincinnati. As the ads say "The Hills Are Alive With the Sound of Music" in our "City That Sings."  It is truly incredible to see the city teeming with every nationality you can imagine. I'm proud of our city for hosting!

We had dinner at Mccormick and Schmicks and literally watched the world pass by outside the window.  Then there was a big party on Fountain Square and our little ones danced and clapped along with people from across the planet. Good stuff Cincinnati, Good stuff!

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