As a grandma, I have the legal right to brag. OH NO, you’re thinking about right now and I don’t blame you. Us grannies can be a bit tedious and downright obnoxious. I, however, am none of those things, right?!!! Don’t answer that.
Point in case: the Sunday School kids (6 of whom are my grandchildren!) sang for the Special Music portion of the church service. Our’s is a small church so the choir is US. Each Sunday, a family is responsible for the special music that follows the Offertory. Sometimes it may be the family’s favorite hymn that we sing as a congregation. It can be a favorite Christian song on a CD, or maybe a poem. Often, in our church, it is the children’s Sunday School class, belting out their pick of songs. Today was exceptional. Those little kids, all 10 of them, gave a toe tapping rendition of “Do Lord’ (my personal fav kid’s song). Tiny Mollie took the cake, although all of the kids sang exceeding well! She jigged and waved her hands in time with the music. She grinned from ear to ear, obviously having the time of her life and sang like the Lord Himself was standing right there with her! You just couldn’t help but grin with her and worship with her because what we saw this morning was the truest from of worship. Surely G-d was smiling too!!! The youngest, Kody, was even getting into it, singing the words intermittently with grins and deer-in-the-headlight looks. (Where’s my MOM???!) They all received a rousing round of applause and those grins just spread out all over the congregation.
Unfortunately, I had no camera/phone. I know. There goes my Meemaw of the Year award. This is the closest I have to it…last year’s pic.