Wordless Wednesday

Scottlyn playing the piano at our local mall this past Saturday! She is playing & singing "What Child is This". She picked this song to show the true meaning of CHRISTmas.


MrsMomma said...

How sweet! My dd picked Away in a Manger for her first Christmas piano recital. It was such a special moment. I'm sure you were so proud of your dd!


Jean said...

Your daughter looks like a princess playing the piano. Was she nervous playing in front of Christmas shoppers?


Diana said...

What a beauty! And it sounds like she is beautiful on the inside too!

Some Assembly Required said...

Thanks for stopping by. I love your daughter's name. How long has she been playing?

Mary aka Canadagirl said...

Your dd is soooooo pretty while she plays for the Lord. You are very blessed with a dd who has a heart for Jesus.

((hugs)) and lol for the laugh therapy you just gave me. Yes, I guess the Lord does give silver linings in what ever you get to work through. [ 0; A friend did speak over our house building when some were praying where we were to be and Bona Vista came to her. And that IS what God gave us. PTL

Blessings and ((HUGS)) my friend and SSiC

In Him<><


Amydeanne said...

i love the bow!

inspired said...

What a beautiful little girl! That bow is just perfect!!


Pamela Kramer said...

Look at her bow! She's so pretty. Happy WW.

flmom said...

She's beautiful! What Child Is This? is one of my favorite songs.

Be Inspired Always said...

How beautiful. I love walking/shopping and someone playing a piano in the background.

My WW is posted.



Not the Queen said...

So cute! I got to do that once. I was so nervous. Your daughter looks very poised!

Angela said...

You must be so proud! Great pics!



BlessingHill said...

How beautiful! Wish we could hear her playing.

C. R. Morris said...

OH how cute! I love the pink bow..I never see girls in bows anymore. :-(

trish said...

Thank you for all the visits and comments on my blog sister! {{hugs}}
I just subbed to you thru bloglines btw.
But I am writing you in response to your comment on my Relationships God's Way post. May I suggest that you join Interceding for Our Children on Sundays (or any time you can) on behalf of your ss? Prayer is the most powerful thing we can do for our children and it does change things. I know this first hand, having a dd that is bipolar. She can make decisions that go against what we have taught her and what she herself believes. Prayer keeps her safe and on track. There is a link to this on my blog but here is one to make it easier for you.

Tiany said...

So beautiful!!! What a talented blessing you have there!


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