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Sunday, January 25, 2009

Wherein Bonnie sings a solo

I had kind of an embarrassing moment today. They called the choir up to sing in sacrament and I didn't go up because I am not in the choir. I remember watching everyone walking up there and listening to the pretty introduction. That is all I remembered until Rob nudged me ferociously telling me to stop singing. The choir was halfway through the first verse, and yes I had sung it all with them...from the audience. I am not quite sure, as all I can remember is how beautiful the music was, but Rob tells me I was raising the roof all. by. my. self.

11 comments:

OUR CHAOTIC CLAN said...

hehehehe Bonnie that is hilarious. I've sat in Sacrament mtg. by people like you. Makes the WHOLE meeting worthwhile!! :D Thanks for sharing. I'm still chuckling. I love it! What song was it???

cory and sharon said...

Te he he. I wish I could have been there for that. Be expecting a call to join the ward choir soon.

Abby said...

Yup, sounds like you should be in the choir. That way, you will have a reason to raise the roof. Remember a song unto the lord something something something. I don't remember. But I am sure it said something profound.

Wendoo in Colorado said...

I bet the song was "My Bonnie lies over the ocean, my Bonnie lies over the sea....."

You are really good at that one.

Wish I was there. To video tape it.

Sarah said...

I love that! Way to go!

JK Waite said...

It must be all the American Idol on the brain!!! You never know when David Archuletta is going to walk into your sacrament meeting... :)

Pineapple Princess said...

I've been chuckling about this since yesterday.

cory and sharon said...

me too. I'm glad you can laugh at yourself!

Huck's mama said...

You were singing .all.by.yourself. And I am sitting here laughing. all. by. myself!!!

I can only compare that to sitting in priesthood meeting in the chapel when I was 12 and thinking it was sacrament meeting. I sang the opening song with the men and didn't even skip a beat. Dad had to come over to me and tell me I was in Priesthood. I think this all happened after a time schedule change. It didn't cure my obliviousness, believe me! I am glad to know I am not the only one in the family with this syndrome! By the way, it was no fun walking out of that chapel with all of the men snickering at me.

kenandshaney said...

You make me giggle! I can just picture it! I wouldn't pass up the call to join the choir, its a little less embarresing:)

MJ said...

I did the same thing once...only it was with the kids during their primary program....so glad to know there's another one out there.

hahahahahahaha