As I walked into the kitchen to show my sisters my new show choir dress, I left a path of glitter all over the hallway and kitchen. My older sister then yelled at me to “Stop shittering everywhere!” which she explained as “shedding glitter. Shittering.”
#5, When your choir becomes your family. Anon submission.
This anon’s choir made a card for one of it’s members who found out she has multiple brain tumors. The card had all of the members’ signatures and the quote “Ohana means family, family means no one gets left behind. This also applies to show choir.”
Anon, what your choir did for one of it’s members is really touching. That’s exactly what being a family means. I hope she gets better! Feel free to message me off (or on) anon if you see this.
As you all can probably tell, I haven’t been posting for a while due to school commitments (I have found that being a first year music education major is extremely time consuming) and I apologize.
After much consideration, I’ve decided to pass on the Show Choir Problems/Perks torch to someone else who has a passion for and is still currently involved in show choir. If you are interested in co-running or maybe even running this blog, message me and I’ll give explanations on the template and everything.
I’ll reveal soon who I have chosen! I love you all and thank you for making my time with this blog a great one :)