Monday, May 5, 2008

cheerful

Cheerful
May 2008

My iTunes: Dreamer by Bethany Dillon

This may be the last post from the recent photoshoot. We'll see how busy I am tomorrow and if I can get any new shots.

The performance last night was wonderful! I had so much fun singing on stage and I know my voice teacher was really proud of how I did. I had several professors come up to me afterward and say what a great job I did and how I looked like I was having fun. My grandmother came and was practically bursting at the seams with pride. The best comment I got was from the head of the drama department, who said that I have a "perfect voice" and said that I should try out for some of the drama opportunities. Overall, a successful performance I think! I'm a bit sad that it's over. But now I can really spend time preparing for the audition on Saturday.

Robert has been commenting on my To-Do List, and I agree with him -- I don't know how I find the energy. Grace of God I suppose. When you don't have an option other than to get things done, somehow they get done. (He is also doing a really fun alphabet series on his blog -- check it out!) This is the song that plays on his blog, and I find myself just leaving his blog up to hear the song. I really like it a lot, and it seems to reflect a lot of thoughts I have about myself and my life. "I am a dreamer."

And in other news, I think I may have decided what I was to be "when I grow up." It's a long post, but I've written about it here.

And now, time for bed...

3 comments:

Robert said...

Wow. I'm so happy it went well for you at your performance. And that's great you got to share it with your grandmother.

Thanks so much for your kind words.

And yes, I'm sure it's His grace that gets us all through!

Moi said...

i am so happy for you, Christy. And the cheerful image is just right for the post :) Hope your back's feeling better. Take good care!

fishing guy said...

Christy: I like the cheerfull photo best of all the ones you have. I glad you were able to come back from the operation to be able to perform on stage.

Thanks for the visit.