My brilliant daughter has shocked again!

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Kens is in 4th grade & y’all know that she got into Greensboro Youth Chorus (GYC) a few weeks ago, which is a HUGE deal.

Well- my mini-me decided to try out for school chorus & I’m all for this one because this one won’t break bank Momma (aka bank Daddeo), (oh- we are doing GYC, mailing paperwork tomorrow, parent meeting Sunday) anyways & she had tryouts last Monday… welp, she got into regular chorus, which I knew would happen, they practice on Wednesdays, GYC is on Mondays- whew no conflict…

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Friday- she comes home and says “Momma- the music teacher kinda fussed at me.” I said “why?” Kens says “she thinks I’m honors chorus ready and asks me to move up, and so I told the music teacher, ok.” Now- when I was in school, I was a 1st soprano singer, sang & competed in all state almost every year, so just imagine the pride that swelled up in this Momma’s big ole ego filled head at this point, as my child is telling me this… I am thinking “Go Kensie, Go Kensie, that’s my baby, Go Kensie, Go Kensie!”

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Ok, ok, I’m done with my proud Momma moment!! Bring it home for Momma, baby girl, Kens, LOL.
(Y’all can stop laughing at any time, its not that funny, competitive singing is a tough market in some octives, soprano being one, sopranos are a dime a dozen in some markets…LOL but I am for real, just sayin’ & I know it stinks)

~Amber~
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About Amber Day Hicks

I am a wife and momma, sweet tea drinking, southern woman. I am very opinionated and do speak my mind and sometimes I am wrong but don't tell the hubs, lol. I will always be Daddy's little girl even though he passed away at age 46 from melanoma stage 4 skin cancer. My momma is the strongest woman I know and she loves me no matter what. I am blessed to be surrounded by a great variety of people from different walks of my life but they are always there for me. My baby girl is just like me. Fireball in the making.... lol. Not all who wander are lost....

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  1. My one and only daughter is 30 years old now, and I still have many button bursting moments of pride. I have a tin ear and always wanted to sing, my daughter sings very well, so I live vicariously through her success. So glad your little songbird is doing well. Looking forward to each proud moment you post!

    • Ah, pride and joy, definitely agree with you…. Daughters do that. I never thought I would be so connected to another human as I am to my baby girl, it is amazing the bond between a momma and daughter 🙂 thank you for your support my friend!

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