As per tradition, a big part of my Christmas season was singing. I was going to remark that Christmas singing is not necessarily a stereotypical tradition...except that it is. That I am in choirs that tend to perform at Christmastime in no way lessens the fact that music and singing are fairly commonplace during this season....concerts and Messiah sing-ins and caroling and Christmas music on the radio. It seems to me that people are more willing to join in singing songs at Christmas than in any other time of year.
We performed three concerts as The Sally Bytheway Chorale. And also per tradition, we took oodles of "singing sisters" pictures.
Bryan and the kids came to see our concert at the Assembly Hall on Temple Square. Always a good excuse to see the Christmas lights on the way in and out. Kim and Heather came too.
Shortly after the concerts we had our second annual Ugly Christmas Sweater lunch. Sally went all out on hers and took home the prize...bragging rights and our great admiration.