Singing in the choir for the General Relief Society Meeting was so amazing.  To sing for our prophet and for all the women of the world.  It was so emotional and spiritual. I wish everyone could have that experience.  I know it took a lot of time for the practices (every Sunday night from 6:30-9:00 for 6 weeks).  But it was so worth it!

This is a panoramic shot of the choir.  360 women strong.  What an inspiring group!


Now a couple of gratuitous shots of me.  LOL  I am humbled to be numbered among these women.  Starting from the top row, count down 4 rows and I am the second person to the left.


See the woman with the orange hair?  I am right above her head.  I loved the variety of women that were represented in the choir: young and old, fat and thin, blonde, brunette, red, orange and black hair.  But we are all Sisters in Zion.


This is Sister Jolley, our amazing director.  She is so funny and inspiring.  I love her.


During the broadcast, I tried to keep smiling because you never know when the cameras will be on you.  There were some women who counted and were bragging that they were shown more than others, but it wasn't about how many times we were shown on TV.  It was about sharing our testimonies through song.  And to me, that is the best way to share it!

I hope you were able to watch and hear the messages of hope and inspiration.  If not, go HERE and you can read the talks or watch the meeting.  I am so thankful to my Heavenly Father for allowing me this experience. 


Tia said... Reply To This Comment

It was an amazing experience. I sincerely hope you don't think I was bragging. I don't feel like I was. I was just excited, as most of the choir members, to be there and be participating in such a great event! :)

Jessica said... Reply To This Comment

It was so fun to see you and so many of my sisters in the choir. You all looked so angelic in white. The people behind me kept whispering about why I was staring at the large screen when it really wasn't necessary. But I didn't want to miss seeing any of you that I could.

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