I’m sharing my heart with you
I have been coming here and singing for 3 years now.
I remember I was very nervous the first time I did this. I had never done anything like this before and I did not know what to do and what was expected of me. I am the kind of person who likes to know exactly what is expected of me. I like lists, so a list would have been great!
Unfortunately, for me, coming here did not come with a list of what was expected and how to do it. It was left up to me. What if they hate what I have to bring? All I had was my singing, voice, my love for hymns, my love for sharing short stories, encouragement and uplifting words. I love to love people through encouragement and through praying for them. I have never thought of myself as a bold and “out there” kind of person. I have been a very confident individual but certainly not confident in getting up in front of people to sing or speak.
Yet, in spite of this, here I am singing and speaking.
I have grown to love this place called St. Peter’s. I really look forward to the Fridays and Sundays I can come and share what I love to do – “sing”
I would like to take this time to thank you from the bottom of my heart for having me here. Thank you patients, for coming to hear me sing and for singing along with me. Thank you Mary, for playing the piano so beautifully. Thank you Kim, for believing in me and always doing your best to bring as many patients as possible. Thank you patients for your kindness and love for so long. Kim, you have given it your all! You will be missed, and you are a treasure.
With that being said, let’s sing!