Monday, February 12, 2007

A proud moment.


My oldest son, Joseph, and 2 of his friends were asked to sing The National Anthem at the high school basketball game Saturday night. They did it "a cappella" in 3-part harmony. It was so amazing, it brought tears to my eyes. My son is the one on the right. He didn't get his voice from me, but I like to think he gets his love of service to the community from me. All three of these kids gave up extra time in the week to practice, and their time on Saturday to perform. He can be a brat (smile), but I love him.

5 comments:

Lisa said...

It sounds like Joseph is a great guy- you've done well with them. :)

Singing the Anthem a capella is hard, he must be good!

Jay said...

Very cool.

I always wished I could sing. I'm the worst singer in the history of the world.

FindingHeart said...

Muey cool! You have every right to be proud. We have to find out happy moments and celebrate them. Congrats to you and the manchild. ;)

RWA said...

Well done! I'm sure it was a great rendition.

sunShine said...

That is awesome!