Friday, March 26, 2010
Women at the Well
After about 3 months of planning, our ward finally put on the musical presentation, "Women at the Well". It turned out really nice. I was very grateful for the sisters in the ward who agreed to help with not much notice at all (lighting, slideshow, sound system, etc.). It was a lot of work, but something I would love to do again. "Women at the Well" is a little over (or under?) and hour long production written by Kenneth Cope, depicting Christ's life through the eyes of the women that knew him. I really am happy we were able to do it for the sisters in our ward. I almost want to do it again since it was so much work.
It's also so great to sing again! I'm just starting to feel confident enough to sing in front of people and maybe even smile a bit, move my arms, maybe even do a little jig while singing...or not. Never was one to sing and dance. Maybe someday?
-Turns out I WILL be having surgery on my knee. Still can't straighten it. Went into see a ortho surgeon yesterday (June had diarrhea 3 times while in the waiting room, btw. So gross!) and he believes I have either a torn or a flipped meniscus (or both?) so I'll have a minor outpatient surgery done on April 14th. Hallelujah. I was beginning to feel like I'd never have full use of this right leg again.