Garms Family Bloops and Blunders…

Here’s a collection of some of our favorite funnies we’ve collected over the past year or so; we laugh so hard every time we watch it!  Caleb’s favorite is “the geek one” (you’ll just have to watch to find out!), and Jayme’s least favorite are the hilarious ones of herself.  🙂
You decide which one is your favorite!  Enjoy!
We are looking forward to our next concert at Balsam Lutheran Church in Amery, WI on June 9th and would love to see you there!
But until then, we’ve got practicing to do, and because warm-ups are underway for our next practice session, I will close this short post.  🙂
Blessings and Joy in the Journey!
Taylor for TGF

Recorded at “The Cave”…

We are home from a four day “tour” in Iowa. On Thursday we left for Altoona, Iowa and enjoyed our time there for the Midwest Quartet Convention. Lord-willing, we’ll post more stories and pictures from the awesome weekend.
But here’s something we’ll quickly share: Our friends, the Nuckols, came over to our home studio this summer and recorded a song for a music video. Here is the finished result. Didn’t Ben do a great job with the audio? (And he also played accordion and upright bass, as well!)
Blessings and Joy in the Journey!

“Higher Ground” Video and A Prayer Request

Good Morning!

Usually before a concert if we have some “waiting” time, you’ll more than often find us singing together. Even while we set up and tear down, the room will be alive with song and harmony! Such was the case back at our concert in Pequot Lakes, MN on April 30th, 2011. While the audience was eating dinner before the concert, we sung our hearts out. One the songs we caught on video.
Our actual arrangement of “Higher Ground” includes instruments, but we had fun trying it out
a capella. Here’s the result:

As a side notefor today: Taylor fell ill with a cold last week (right before our concert on Friday, too!), then Leesha caught it, and now Mom and our friend Mal are coming down with it as well. All four of us had been at the local clinic last Tuesday for Mal’s doctor appointment and obviously contracted a mean sore throat and cough. So, as the Spirit brings us to your mind, would you say a prayer for swift recovery for those who are sick and protected health for the rest of the family? We would certainly appreciate it, especially as we have two concerts this week. Thank you!
And, for those who may attend the Legacy Five concert this Friday, our set starts at 7:10 p.m. and then Legacy Five begins when we’re done; we’re so excited! (Anyone want to join us in the front row?) We’re looking forward to seeing y’all there!
Blessings and Joy in the Journey!
The Garms Family