I'm just a bit worn out.
The Vocal Majority's Spring Shows were this weekend, three performances of the "Best of Broadway." They were a blast as always, but also very tiring -- we always put every bit of energy we have into our performances. I'm kind of surprised I wasn't nodding off while I worked a camera in church on Sunday morning.
As if the three shows weren't enough, my church, The Heights, also teamed up with Hillcrest Baptist in Cedar Hill to perform the amazing modern oratorio "Saviour" this weekend, on Saturday night at The Heights and on Sunday night at Hillcrest. I was with the VM on Saturday night so I missed that presentation, but I joined the choirs for the Sunday evening performance.
(I've warned our music minister that he needs to check the VM calendar before scheduling anything big again. Here's a heads-up, Trent: Fall shows are September 12 and 13, and our Christmas shows will be on December 4, 5 & 7!)
Anyway, it was quite a wonderful weekend. There's not a final count, with VM I likely performed for over 3,800 people in the three shows, with maybe another thousand at the one performance of "Saviour."
That's a fun, full weekend for me, but it will be another couple of weeks before my body fully recovers. Maybe more, since VM has another show, with the San Angelo Symphony, this Saturday!