Trevor and I drove down to London's O2 Arena to see the Eagles perform 30 brilliant songs. Around 20,000 people were in the audience... not bad for a bunch of nearly 60-year-olds eh? (the band that is, not the audience, though we did spot quite a lot of silver hair!)
It was not our first Eagles concert as we saw them in June 2006 at the NIA (National Indoor Arena) in Birmingham.
The O2 Arena - formerly the Millennium Dome
Before the London trip, in the morning, Trevor and I performed an Easter drama sketch at church. We played 2 Cockney (appropriately, seeing as we went to London later that day) caterpillars and you probably think that we are extremely eccentric! The message was that we were green, fat and ugly but that we were going to shed our skins and transform into something beautiful, ie. be 'born again', which is exactly why Jesus died for us on the cross. It is the essence of Easter and the foundation of the Christian faith.
So, from caterpillars to Eagles, Easter Sunday was a very good day for us.
How was YOUR Easter?
Trevor and Annie as caterpillars
(This pic was taken from a previous performance in 2006)