Thursday, February 10, 2011

Drum Line to Choir

This year Demolition D traded in his drum sticks for a for a black vest and a red tie as he joined the school's choir.

 Unfortunately, there does not seem to be as many opportunities to see this group perform as there were when he participated in the drum line. But last week the time finally came for a public viewing - at least one that the parents knew about and were invited to.

I went ready with my camera. My newer camera than the one I had when last he performed.  I do not have the dark lighting picture taking down. Not one bit!

Out of several very bad photos, and blurry faces I came across this one:


A bad picture that I liked. They appeared, to me, to have angel wings. What a wonderful thought, our teenage sons being earthly angels. While we, personally, are not facing any serious challenges, just a few attitude hurdles here and there, cherubs and our teenage boys are not usually a comparison one we would make. But as they sang this particular song, the boys on the stage, the audience surrounded by the girls, it did have a heavenly tone to it. So glad the picture backed me up.

Smiles!

8 comments:

tale of many cities said...

what a wonderful photo uh oh! they really DO look like angel wings!

Finding Pam said...

That is a nice thought to ponder. Angel wings on boys. If only...LOL!

FancyHorse said...

A very handsome young man! I know you're proud of him. I love the "angel wing" photo!

My younger son was in drum line. I loved hearing them, and his group went to several drum competitions. Fun days!

Maggie May said...

I'm sure they are sprouting wings! It is good he's in this choir. You must be very proud of him.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Gayle at Planet M Files said...

That is so great! I love it!

Jules~ said...

You are right. They do look like angel wings. God says they are always around.

Blessings to you and your family today my friend.

Jules~ said...

They do look like angel wings. You are right. Well, God does say they are always around.
You must be very proud of young Demolition D. Wow he sure has grown from when I first started reading your blog.
Thank you God for our children.

Blessings to you and your family today my friend.

tale of many cities said...

stop by my neighborhood to see who got an award! ;)