Friday evening I joined my husband and two other couples for a delightful evening out on the town. The evening included dinner, a concert at the PAC, and cocktails on the roof of the Mayo Hotel under the stars.
We went to the concert expecting to see and hear Chris Botti, a talented jazzy pop trumpet player, who used to play with Sting.
But what we got instead was far more than what we bargained for! If he isn’t pleasing enough to look at and listen to, the talent ensemble he brought with him was phenomenal! The cream of the crop! The best of the best! There were performances from his pianist, Geoffrey Keezer, Andrea Bocelli’s own violinist, Caroline Campbell, guitarist, Leonardo Amuedo, Richie Goods on bass, Ben Butler on electrix guitar, his drummer, Lee Pearson, R&B singer, Sy Smith, each expressing their own expertise for us to savor! He engaged the crowd by venturing into the audience. several times, and even brought a child from the audience to the stage to play the drums!
The event was truly music to my ears!
It got me thinking. What do I do that others could say brings music to their ears?
How about you? What do you excel at that you can offer to others?
God made each of us. Individual. Unique. We each have strengths and weaknesses. Hopefully more strengths than weaknesses.
What are your strengths?
I encourage each of you to find your strengths, whatever they may be. To shine in this dark world with what you are best at. To bring your best to the table to share with others. To help make this world a better place.
Chris Botti and crew certainly did Friday night! 👍❤🎶🎺🎻🎤🎸🎹
Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might. Ecclesiastes 9:10
Love and Laughter,