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  1. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Oh my gosh, this must have been a wonderful concerto! I wish I could’ve been there! 😀 And I’m always surprised how much music can do for you. 🙂

  2. Lizzi

    I’m so happy for/proud of you 🙂 I meant to send you a message on Saturday to wish to luck but got a bit caught up in all the wedding shenanigans. But I really was thinking of you and I’m SO glad it went well! You’re a champ and look beautiful… I’m just sorry I couldn’t be there to see it in person!

  3. Agnes

    Life can indeed be wonderful – so glad that you have been feeling the happiness! xx

  4. whisperinggums

    And thankyou Libby too. You and Hannah looked so happy singing up there with the choir. I can’t wait for the next performance. It was stupendous.

  5. Lauren

    I’ve been needing a day like that! At least I left the house yesterday for the Cherry Blossom Festival. But it’s just not the same. Maybe if I got up on stage and stole the dragon head right off that 12 year-old. (If that creepy 60 year old white man could play with swords on stage, I can dragon dance!)

  6. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Wow, looks and sounds like a fabulous time! Congratulations! I’m so pleased that you were shining with happiness 🙂
    Heidi xo

  7. Libby

    Hey gorgeous girl, what a blast we had, something I will remember forever! Very special indeed. Looking forward to many more rehearsels with Daniel and more fun times ahead. Lots of dinners, drinks at Debacle and laughter in the ‘ranks’ when we get the notes wrong and hope no one heard us 🙂

  8. katie

    yummy i can’t wait for the recipe for those muffins! :o)

  9. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    I vote that you post a video of your musical talents 🙂

  10. Anna Johnston

    Yes, I do believe there is an extra glow in your cheeks & shine to your eyes. This big decision making business is good for you. The concert sounded awesome 🙂

  11. Kath Lockett

    Look how happy you are – shiny purple scarves, singing and good food do wonders!

  12. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    How fabulous to have found support. You look adorable and so happy too which makes me happy! 😀

  13. Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga)

    the vegan sunflower carrot muffins look amazing!

    glad you found the support you wanted and needed!

  14. Lexi

    How great! Well done! I miss singing so much. Stupid PhD. Boooo!

  15. Tori (@eat-tori)

    Sounds like the perfect day. Now, no pressure, but the recipe for those muffins would be much appreciated…. 🙂

  16. Johanna GGG

    sounds like a recipe to repeat again and again – a keeper! wish I could have been there – and those muffins are making me hungry – look forward to the recipe

  17. Christine @ Merf In Progress

    I grew up singing in chorales and other singing groups, and just reading this really brings me back. I haven’t been in a group since I had kids, and I just can’t wait to return. Nothing like a good African spiritual to make you think you can take on the world. I’m so happy for you.

  18. Maria @ Scandifoodie

    Sounds like a lot of fun! Unfortunately I can’t sing, but love listening others 😉 Looking forward to that muffin recipe!

  19. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    Congrats on the big debut 🙂

  20. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    aw I wish I could see you in action! Isn’t it such a blessing when you can feel like you’ve known someone for-everr….for—evv-err….(sandlot movie)? and o man i can’t wait to see the recipe!

  21. Monique

    This sounds like a ridiculously-packed (and rewarding!!) weekend!! 🙂 That picture is so cute btw 🙂

  22. Simply Life

    Oh, this (and those muffins) look wonderful!

  23. Megan@Dirty Dishes Daily

    I haven’t even tried those muffins and I am already all about them. Yum!

  24. Shannon

    Oooooh can’t wait for the recipe for those muffins!

  25. penny aka jeroxie

    Is that a normal timetable? Gosh … you go girl!

  26. Susan

    I used to love being part of a choir in my school days. I remember I was on the choir once for the christmas concert that they do at darling harbour and it was such a great feeling.

  27. Karen

    Congrats on such a great performance! There’s nothing like having found something that fills you with so much joy. Don’t ever let it go! I love gospel music, and always loving hanging out at the gospel tent at the New Orleans Jazz Fest. And let’s not forget your fabulous muffins! Yum. 🙂

  28. Louise

    I don’t intend to let on how much I covet a shiny purple scarf like you have there. I’m glad you’ve found such a wonderful group, and had such an amazing concert. I hope I can catch one at some stage- a trip to Canberra is definitely long overdue. Hope things are getting sorted for you, and settling down a bit.

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