There is something about a group of kids singing that gets me every time. I love it. Last night was no different.
Crash is in the school choir. Tonight was their final performance of the year. Five other schools performed as well. Roughly 300 kids participated in this musical endeavour. It was an awesome concert and there was definitely a vast amount of work put into it.
Crash was dropped off at the doors at 4:45. He then had a final rehearsal, supper (pizza) then prepared to perform.
Meanwhile, back home, DW, Bang, and I shovelled supper into us and got to the school at 5:20. The doors didn’t open until 6, but already there was a crowd waiting to get in. This event was a big deal. Bang stood with us for 40 minutes and was well behaved. It could have gone either way, really.
Then we had an hour of sitting and waiting for the 7 pm concert to start. 7 pm is usually when the boys head up the stairs to get ready for bed. A little Candy Crush kept Bang and I entertained for a while. Until we ran out of lives, anyway. Then we practiced our selfies.
Normally, I wouldn’t post photos to the blog with other people’s kids. I think I’m okay with this one because you can’t identify anyone in this bright, blurry photo. This is just Crash’s choir. When the other schools joined in they took up the whole stage and spread from auditorium wall to auditorium wall. They sang loud. They sang proud.
We were certainly proud.
“Did I earn another mini-figure?” was asked on our way home afterwards.
“Yes. You performed well.”
“I get one, too!” his little brother responded.
“Yes. Yes you do. You were well behaved for the 3 hours this thing took place.”