“Add Some Rum but Just a Drop, Then It’s Time to Stop.”

Our Winter concert went really well! We sang our hearts out and we won the crowd, Maximus. I ordered a CD of the concert, so I’ll be able to pick that up in January.

During our “Fruitcake” song (which I think the audience really enjoyed – I could hear some chuckling in the audience over some of the lyrics), our director, T, put on a chef’s hat and then looked at us with a serious expression, which cracked us up and got us all relaxed. I loved that song even more.

Someone presented T with a gift after our last song, and I think it was a little hippo figurine since we sang the song, “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas”. He was so psyched over that gift that he had us sing that song again. It was an encore presentation. We were so happy and ready because the last three songs were more deep and meaningful than fun. To sing a crazy song again before we left for the season was a bonus.

I’m on vacation for most of this week. I have to work for a half day on Thursday, but I don’t really take that too seriously. I’ll work, but it might be one of those fun, goofy days. Two things my mom ordered for our family finally came in, so we’re all officially done and ready for the holiday! I am ready for Christmas. I hope all of you are too!

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8 thoughts on ““Add Some Rum but Just a Drop, Then It’s Time to Stop.”

  1. I’m glad the concert went so well and mostly glad that it was so fun for you guys! I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas is one of my favorite seasonal treats :-)

    Kudos for being prepared! I still have a thing or two to pick up, but still feeilng okay about the whole thing. Merry Christmas, Tara!

  2. Sounds like another wonderful concert performance! I’m so glad you’re still singing in the choir and having so much fun doing it.

    I want to take this time to say thank you for your support and for being a wonderful friend, Tara.

    Have a very Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year to you and yours!

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    Cheers!!!

  3. Looks like I lost my original comment during the posting process…

    Just wanted to say that it sounds like y’all had another amazing concert performance, and I’m so glad to hear y’all having a good time with the songs you sing.

    Have a very Merry Xmas to you and your family and friends, Tara!

    —–((*))
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    *o*o*o*o*
    o*o*-]o[-*o*o

    Cheers to you and thank you for your support this year. You rock!!!

  4. Merry Xmas and Happy New Year, Tara!!!

    Thanks for all your support this year and for being a good friend.

    I love reading about your fantastic choir experience. As for the fruitcake, I say go on and sing its praises, because I luv fruitcake!

  5. Laura B: Thank you! I’m glad we could sing some fun songs this year. I almost didn’t want it to end, so the encore of “Hippo” was perfect. It’s one of my favorite Christmas songs too!

    Churlita: It does make me happy, I’m looking forward to January when we start practicing for Spring! We get to pick up the CDs from the Christmas concert then, too.

    CyberPete: Hi! Thank you so much! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! I prefer to sing in a group rather than sing solo, but I may give that another shot too.

    Eros: I hope you had an awesome Christmas! I’m sorry about the comments disappearing; WordPress did it again and put your comments in the Spam folder!

    Thank you for being such a great blogging friend! I hope the new year brings all of us more good times and less stress and drama!

    PS: Thank you for the champagne! (Hiccup!) :)

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