Two Wonders

A short one today from me. I have a couple of You Tube clips that caught my attention and haven’t let go yet. This first one is a little British girl (how I love the accent!) and her method of “helping the world”:

The second one is a 9 year old Canadian girl who has one of the most remarkable voices I have ever heard:

That’s it for today; no big sermon; no grand meaning. I mean, how could I top those two?
Namaste,
Scott

PS- okay, okay I said two and that is what is above, but I made the mistake (?) of going to a couple more places on You Tube (how can you not?) and found this gem –

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  • Indira  On July 2, 2012 at 1:18 am

    All three kids are so talented and olivia with so large snake, how daring she is.

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  • magsx2  On July 2, 2012 at 12:56 am

    Hi,
    That was unreal when Olivia run off stage to get the snake, I thought it was going to strangle her for a minute there. 🙂

    Very lovely voices of the girls in the other two videos, very nice. 😀

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  • buckwheatsrisk  On July 1, 2012 at 10:39 pm

    my Hubby and I love snakes and we plan to get the exact kind in the video..red tailed boa, it will be about that size or bigger when we get it!
    All three were talented!

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