Here's my sweet husband dressed as a centurion. I made him practice his lines everywhere and anytime. :)
Here he and his friend are being serious.
Lili was a cute little lamb that baaed and rushed past travelers as they entered the town, but we couldn't get a picture of her as she was very fast. Josh, Andrea, and I were angels in the heavenly chorus.
|On rehearsal night|
Which brings me to my apology.
We had a technical glitch during the middle of the night tonight. We were not given our starting notes for our acapella version of Angels We Have Heard on High and it was HORRIBLE!! We sounded so bad that I hope the soldiers apologized after they took the "travelers" to the refreshment room. It was so bad I was praying God would make the audience deaf for two minutes. HORRIBLE. Did I mention it was bad?!?!? By the second verse we had dropped all into an alto part and sounded better, though with no harmony...
If you happened to be part of that crowd, I will come clean your toilet to help make up for you having to listen to such HORRIBLE "singing."
So out of thirty-three times through it, we performed badly once. Unless God did that whole deaf thing--a Christmas Miracle!