2.02.2018

Winter Tour 2018|| Week 2

Hello from the South! Contrary to popular opinion, it's not always warm in the South. In fact, it can be downright chilly! The photo above is from a particularly chilly, drizzly, grey day in Alabama. We unloaded the equipment in the rain, and it was still raining a few hours later when we walked into the church to do the morning service.
We were blessed to enjoy a delicious breakfast at our sweet MS "adopted grandparents" house. We did a concert in their very southern town that evening.
Denver has stepped up to fill Carson's vacated place as bus maintenance man, and he's doing a fantastic job!
"How Can I Keep From Singing Your Praise?": Hudson on bass, Liz on piano, Joshua singing tenor, Cassidy singing alto, Allison singing lead, and Denver singing bass.
These sweet blog readers drove several hours to one of our concerts, and it was such fun to get to know them a little bit afterwards!
And another sweet blog reader that came a LONG way, too! We love meeting new friends from all over.
Our awesome recording engineer/producer brought his family to our concert when we were in their area. It was so fun to see them!
And we appreciated his sound tips afterwards!
Liz and Rebecca with new friends.
Nothin' like a good arm wrestling competition!!
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1 comment:

  1. Hello! I'm wondering if you have any suggestions on where to find dresses for little girls. I have a daughter about Rebecca's age, and it's so hard to find decent dresses for her, that aren't super short! I love how nicely you girls are dressed, even not on stage. Thanks!

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