The last Sunday of every year, in our ward, is set aside for training the primary teachers on the new curriculum for the coming year. The primary chorister is put in charge of a talent show to be put on by the primary children for each other. This year I was called into help (crowd control mostly). We spread blankets all over the floors and the children were anxious to perform.
My little Lily LuLu showed off her tie-dye talents. And played 10 notes (did you hear me?) 10 notes of As I Have Loved You.
Noah, my eldest son in primary (3 more months from today), is the tallest one in the back looking oh so interested. It's too bad, because he could light up a whole room with his dramatics, signing and artwork. He looked cute so I showed him off as my talent in my heart to myself.
Our brave chorister and pianist did a very go job at "winging it."
Although I know they diligently prepared, sometimes all the planning goes out the window with a crowd full of anxious performers.
They did some fun sing alongs with things like the boys against the girls.
Thank you to all of the kids that were willing to share there talents. Of this I am sure, there are some budding stars among them. And just being willing to perform is a win in my playbook!
Happy chorister all dresses up in pearls. And she had to give a talk in sacrament meeting on the heels of this talent extravaganza. Of course she did superb. Nothing Katie does is half-hearted.
Also, 3 cheers to Porter Graham for his creative and very good skill ability to throw a football. Way to go Porter and good catch Luke!