Monday, May 5, 2014


We had a talent show at church last month. It was the first ward activity that the Relief Society was in charge of since I've been the president. My counselor, Ramona, was in charge of leading it (and did a great job!) but there was still that burden of hoping everything went well and feeling that the activity was a reflection on the RS. Luckily, we pulled it off and everyone had a great time. Phew. Check that off our list.

Pre-show entertainment:
Our building doesn't have a real stage, so we have to set up this little one
when we have a performance. The kids LOVE it and this is the scene
whenever it's available. 

Erin and Sam sang a song with McKenna on the drums. 

These little cuties performed 5 Little Ducks 

One of our missionaries juggled for us 

She read us jokes 

These sisters did a song-and-dance routine 

Kier told the kids a captivating story 

He showed us his cup-stacking skills.

Here are our family's contributions to the show:
Miss Shelley choreographed this number and the girls learned it so quick!
They had fun and love the song.

Whit and her friends put this number together themselves.
I just wish they would have sang a little louder.

Jeremy talked Andrew into doing this vocal/guitar duet with him.
I'm so glad he did. They were awesome!
Jeremy helped compose the song and they sounded great.

In the back of the room, we also had displays of visual arts,
like the quilts you can see behind us.
Ramona and I, breathing a sigh of relief.
I'm grateful to have such a great presidency to work with.
And I'm grateful that we don't have to be in charge of another 
ward activity until next year. :)

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