Friday, October 30, 2009

October Fest

Last night was the 'October Fest' in the town where I live. The Art's Council had a membership drive to encourage new member's to join. I originally wasn't going to be able to go because I didn't have the extra money to spend. However my daughter was asked to perform and this was her first time to sing somewhere and actually get paid!!! She was so excited! Extra Christmas money!!!

It was held in the old 'Ice House' building downtown. They served all German food and German beer and wine. Since I don't drink, I thought I would at least enjoy the food. I drank water...that is the only other thing that they had and boy did I need it! I tasted many different things... that I had to chase down with water! I didn't like German food very much. I took a few pictures, most of them didn't come out because it was so dark in there. This is a German Christmas tree that they had decorated with old German ornaments.

Here is Christy singing one of her songs. She sang about 12 different songs. The one that I have playing now is one of them. (Stand By You)

She also sang 'At last', 'Heaven', 'You were always on my mind', and a few others. I was so proud of her.

They also had a costume contest. I had to go straight from work so I didn't get to dress up. I loved the little couple that dressed up like Dale Evans and Roy Rogers. They were in their 80's. They were so cute. The lady on the left was 'Mother Nature'.

Here is 'Flash' and a Greek Goddess.

A football player and a gypsy. There were others too but I forgot to take pictures of them all.

This is Kristen, a friend of Christy's that sings and plays the harp. I could have listened to her all night long.

Christy really loves to perform. She always has ever since she was a tiny little girl.

They sang together on this one and it was so beautiful. They sang "Listen To Your Heart".

Stevie took me because he knew how badly I wanted to go. Thanks Stevie!

Christy and her husband Phillip.

I watched her face and on certain songs, she looked at Phillip and was singing them just to him. So sweet...

I'm so proud of her.
I hope that you all have a Happy Halloween!


Abatevintage said...

OH what a wonderful post, your daughter looked wonderful singing, and I love the stand by you song its great, Carrie Underwood has a great version. Lovely pictures. Thank you for stopping over today and your kind words, thoughts and prayers, it is so wonderful to have an extra prayer lifted to the heavens tonight. God bless you and yours, have a wonderful Halloween.


Rebecca Nelson said...

What a sweet post, Lee! Love all the photos! You MUST find a way for us to listen to your girl!

Thinking of you! xoxoxoRebecca

Tara said...

It sounds like a great time, even if the food wasn't to your liking. German food can tend to be heavy. Congratulations to your daughter for booking a singing job! I'm sure the extra money will come in handy for her at Christmas, wouldn't a little extra be handy for us all! Have a wonderful weekend!


Wow she has such a beautiful voice you should be so proud!! I bet your little guys are excited, happy halloween (;

passion4pink said...

Hi Lee, sorry I haven't been by for a while, been sooo tired and busy.Your daughter Christy is very talented!!Love the costumes too/ Like all the photos of your family and friends.I took the time today to have a look at other posts I have missed just to catch up. Wow the little one(coles bub), is coming along isnt he?How long now?

Tanza said...

Hi LL,
How fun to be able to listen to your daughter sing .. you must be one proud Momma .. You are look adorable ... hoping you had a wonderful, fun halloween with your little one !!
hugs ~tea~xo

Anonymous said...

You must be one proud mama!
This sounded like a lot of fun ~

Stevie said...

Hey Lee Laurie,
I am glad that we got to go and hear Christy sing. I also know Phillip really appreciated us going and keeping him company. It was nice getting out and seeing some old friends too. The food and beverage was different....and I have to tell everyone, I will go ahead and apologize to you......y'all when we left the Art Council deal, Lee Laurie said we have to get some "Real American" we went to the Sonic...ha....isn't that funny. It was really good though.
I enjoyed the music and company.
We will have to do it again.

MEME'S PLACE said...

I Wish I could have been there to hear Christy. I will make it to the Christmas concert:)