Who knew? (Singing Georgia, #33)

Never did I imagine I would…

…Karaoke to church organ music – in a choir robe;

Lyrics (not sheet music) are in a big binder, sometimes in the right order!

…Participate in a group meditation at a bar;

…See a 1970s Olivia Newton-John album cover on a wall in downtown Atlanta;

As if this wasn’t amazing enough, the organist sang “Physical” later that evening.

…Be a part of a karaoke group photo;

Group bonding.

…Hear a guy from the UK sing Milkshake – thick accent and all;

…Witness the KJ/organist refer to Kegel muscles, crabs, and miniature menopausal women in polyester pantsuits;

…Sip sangria while sitting on a plastic sofa that matched my dress a little too well;

The sangria was delicious!

…Laugh and cringe at so many things on the wall;




…Lose my place in a song I know so well – and expect it to happen;

…Feel so comforted in a bar whose slogan is “fuck fear;”


…yet I did all these things at Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium.


The clouds as the sun set over Atlanta that night.

The basics:

  • Location: Sister Louisa’s Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium, Atlanta, GA
  • Miles traveled: 182
  • Songs sung: Only the Good Die Young (Billy Joel), It’s Raining Men (The Weather Girls)

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