Sunday, April 22, 2012

Weekly Kodachrome - The Hope of America

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Tuesday of this past week I had the opportunity to head to the Marriott Center and perform with over three thousand fifth graders and their teachers. I sat amongst the other attendees along with nearly every student in my class - it was a powerful feeling that took over as the lights shone down, and our voices melded into one. We raised our hands in one unified group, and I felt myself completely blown away - a feeling which always gives me hope...in America.





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10 comments:

Mindy said...

I must admit I am a total sap for anything patriotic...
I probably would have had a lump in my throat for the entire evening...
Just imagining the sound of three thousand voices raised in song gives me goosebumps.

I think it is wonderful that your students have this opportunity. It really does give one hope for the future.

Dina Lettre said...

Ahhh...that's so great!

Connie said...

What a wonderful program! I'm with Mindy, I would have been fighting that lump too.

Life with Kaishon said...

What an absolutely incredible thing to be a part of! So glad you could experience this! I know it is something your students will never forget!

Stephani Cochran said...

So great! I would have linked up, but my photo wasn't taken this week. :(

Kel said...

Here from Sweet Shot...
That is such an interesting photo. I can only imagine what the experience must have felt like, but your photo sure helps.
I'm so inspired by it... I would have looked at that situation photographically and thought things were too crowded and tight to get a good shot, and look what you did!
I love it! WOW!
Thanks for the inspiration.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a unique thing to do!

bailey-road.com said...

What a beautiful experience!

Nancy said...

An inspiring post. Thank you so much for sharing it.

tammy said...

That is very cool. Wish I could've been there to see it in person.

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