Saturday, February 21, 2009

Grateful for hinges!

As some of you may know, I am the primary chorister in my ward. It is a trying calling for me, but much loved by many of you (if you have any fun ideas, please send them my way!!!). Anyhoo, I have several kids in Junior Primary that make the calling so entertaining. Many of the little ones sing loud and very off key. We were singing "Hinges" and when it came to the very last line, one little five year-old who was singing particularly loud, sang, "I'm so glad I have hinges or else I would crap!" We had about a two minute break for me to catch my breath on that one. Boy am I glad we have hinges!!!

8 comments:

Jen said...

LOL! Thank you for that Lora! I so needed a good laugh!

The Webers said...

Keep us posted on Rowen! Isn't it great when our hubbies are so in tune to the spirit!!

The Despain Gang said...

lol; that was great! :)

Maria said...

That is one of the funniest things I have ever heard. I am greatful for hinges too!

THE CHASE FAMILY said...

I love that story. I've been catching up on your blog. The blessing pictures are so great. And I can't believe that Niev is 2.Seems like only yesterday I saw your prego in Target in AF. I'd like to know how Rowan's appointment went. It was about that age when we found out that Lincoln had a mole on one of his eyes. Apparently not so uncommon. I hope that Rowan is okay.

Kent & Beka said...

Ahhh... primary chorister. Such is my life at the moment as well! I hope you love it! I do- but it is a TON of work! if you haven't already, sign up for the yahoo group called primusic. It is so great~!

Nettie said...

Oh my gosh Lora! Your family is so beautiful! And you look amazing especially for just having a baby! I don't even look that good at tip top shape! :) I'm so glad you found my blog. I'll be checking yours often. Now I can catch up on your life. :) I think your new little baby looks like you, and your first looks like your hubby. They are SO cute! I'm so glad we found each other again! :)

jennifer said...

Alright, enough w/discretion. You must tell me who the little crapping angel was in Primary! What a great story. And hang in there as chorister; it was my hardest calling ever. But my kids tell me weekly how great you are at it!