3.05.2020

Winter Tour 2020-Part 1

We headed out on the 2nd of January for two and a half months of touring. We sang in a variety of places and met even more variety of people! But amidst the different cultures, states and backgrounds, we were blessed to have met so may people with a common love for Jesus! 
Enjoy this peak into our last two months!
Our first stop was in Arkansas. We sang at a church there, did a family conference, plus enjoyed interacting with some people from the area!
We always enjoy connecting with people after our concerts.
Games at a friends house in Oklahoma after a concert.
Exercise is a vital part of our life.
Settlers is a favorite. These guys snuck a game in one afternoon before a concert.
We usually sing 5-6 times a week, but when we have an off night, we always enjoy getting in some extra family time!
Dates with the ladies!
Music practice in South Carolina!
Exploring down-town Savannah, GA on an off day.
In the evening, while mom and dad went on a date, the girls found a cute little cafe and enjoyed the yummy food while sharing hearts.
Meanwhile, the guys ate their supper, then headed out to see what they could discover! They hit a home run, finding a fancy hotel where they played and sang.
With traveling, we get to sing in some unique venues, as you can see!
Beautiful Florida sunset!
Sunday evening concert in Florida.
Lunch date!
We had off on Valentines day, so while mom and dad were on a date and Hudson, Denver and Joe were hanging out, Taylor made a delightful valentines meal for us girls!

Concert selfies!
Jamming with friends.
One evening, Dad and Mom took Liz out for her birthday.
Texas concert!
We were able to spend part of day with friends in Georgia!
With a mutual love for music and exercise, the day's activities included frisbee and singing!

School here, there and everywhere!
And at every time of day too! Denver and Liz hit re-scoring after an evening concert.

"Sing praises to God, sing praises unto our King, sing praises."
Psalm 47:6

3 comments:

  1. Sounds like you squished a lot of fun moments in between your concerts. Denver's expression (on the picture with the Bower's) is so funny. What curriculum(s) do you use?

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  2. Hey Lily!
    In answer to your question, we use MathUsee for math, aBeka for English, and for Science we go through a variety but Apologia is a fun one! And as far as History, Denver is working through a world history book (by Bob Jones University) with the ones still in school. They are enjoying it.
    Hope that was helpful!

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  3. It's great you all had a lovely time and were able to eat at restaurants before most of them closed their dining areas.

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