Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Elbow, elbow, wrist, wrist...

The past two weekends I got to sing with Triple Trio on a Christmas float sponsored by the Longs Peak Ward in our stake. The Friday after Thanksgiving we sang in the Estes Park Festival of Lights Parade. It was super cold -- I'm talking the low teens with a nice breeze! It was a wonderful experience and there were some really beautiful floats. The one we sang on had a live nativity scene with Mary, Joseph, a baby, and the three wise men. We sang carols about the Savior. I really enjoyed seeing people's faces light up as we passed. (Don't worry. The feeling eventually came back in my fingers and toes.) Last Saturday we sang in the Lyons parade. The float even won first prize for best float! I loved this opportunity and getting to participate in some great community traditions. Merry Christmas!

6 comments:

Alison said...

I think that's so cool that you had your own float! But wow, did you guys look cold!

estanworth said...

Congrats on the best float!

Becky said...

I'm glad our public affairs props are being put to good use! I wish I could have heard your singing. How does it sounds through ear muffs? :)

Brandie Lyon said...

You guys look so cute.

mcojaadams said...

You all look so beautiful! Cold, but beautiful!

The Cox Family said...

That is so great! Way to go, brightening people's holidays with your wonderfully talented voice!