They were beautiful when they finally finished getting themselves ready at 1:15. I knew their would be singing and a lesson and games. Games like water balloon fights, tug-of-war, a slip and slide.
We started with the fun song "Hip-Hip-Hippopatumus. And, then some other fun songs.
We did a lot of singing. A lot of beautiful singing. First a song in Spanish, then one in English. Or vice-versa. We sang many songs in both languages. The singing was so pretty.
After many songs were sung, Jaime Serrano spoke and had a meaningful lesson for everyone. Nicole translated.
After a short break, there were skits. The youth group from Santa Ana did their skit first. The kids practiced a couple of weeks on this skit.
Yes, that is Jackson with the long black hair. I did not recognize him until he began speaking his lines. Then the kids from Baton Rouge did their skit.
After the skits were finished, the games started. There was laughter and squealing for hours.
Not only did the kids and I get in the van to go home, we asked all the people from Santa Ana to go with us. There were so many people in that van. When I looked into the rear view mirror, all I could see was Rosy's eyes.
This was a great day, with beautiful singing, a good lesson and tons of fun. Many thanks to the Nashville and Baton Rouge groups for hosting this youth rally. Adults and kids told me how good they thought it was.