Spring Choral Concert

The clock continues to tick on Logan’s time in High School until he graduates. Tick, tick, tick. It is getting louder and louder for both him and his parents.


Tuesday night a few more ticks went by. His school had their Spring Choir Concert. Choir is a class and this concert is their final. How is that for getting the kids to show up. It was all good though. The kids did great.


The Senior and Middle School both participated in this concert and it featured a varied selection of music from Hymns to Musical tunes to more modern music by Billy Joel and Elvis Presley.


Logan didn’t have any solos or anything, he just sang and that is what he loves doing. Standing on the risers for such a long time was kind of hard on him. I don’t know how people do it actually.


The teacher put everybody through their paces and there was lots of singing for everybody.


The Middle School ladies did a great job with “You’re Going to Miss Me” otherwise known as “The Cup Song.”

At the end they had the parents of the seniors go up on the stage while the Benediction was sung. (This is a Christian School so of course there was a prayer before the performance began.) I appreciated the benediction but I hate being up on stage. With the lights it is so disconcerting. Logan loves the stage. He didn’t get that DNA from me. I am perfectly happy being in the audience, in the shadows.

It was a great seeing the kids performing and showing off their talent and not plugged into their so called “devices.”

So I continue to be an infrequent blogger and a lousy blogger friend. Sorry but we are counting down until Graduation and things are not going to change very much until then.

4 thoughts on “Spring Choral Concert

  1. Driller's Place

    I saw a sign the other day that said, “There are 940 Saturdays between birth and when they leave for college, use them wisely.” I believe you are doing exactly what you need to be doing. Have a blessed graduation week with Logan.

  2. Amy

    I like the way they girls are wearing different colours, it’s very eyecatching. Im like you though, I don’t do limelight or people watching me very well, I prefer to sit back and do my own thing.

  3. Janie

    Enjoy this time. It’s a good time for parents to be proud of a child’s achievements, before they set off into the world where you have less influence or ability to support him. He does look happy on stage, and that’s a great thing. I have terrible stage fright, but my kids managed to be more like their dad, who doesn’t mind the spotlight. Lucky for them.

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