So I started this layout based on a sketch I got on the Sketchabilities blog (Sketchabilities-Sketch#10). The stars made me think of C1 in these pictures. I used paper from a DCWV paper pad called "The Music Stack". As I got to putting it all together I was stumped on a title for this layout. I still am. So I'm putting it out there in hopes that someone in blogland could help me out and come up with a good title.
I'm looking for something not too long (preferably no more than 5 words) and possibly sweet and witty. If you need some context on the pictures, here's the story:
We were on a family vacation in Florida in Jan 2010. While we were swimming in the outdoor hotel pool some people were setting up some sound equipment on the nearby patio area...it was Karaoke Night! C1 and C2 asked inquisitively what exactly Karaoke Night was and hubby and I explained. C1 immediately exclaimed "I wanna do that!" I was quite excited that she was so interested. I asked her which song she wanted to do and she said "...that Taylor Swift one." I figured it was either "Our Song" or "You Belong With Me" as she often sang these in the car when I played them and she sang them quite good. When I went up to the stage area to sign her up she said she wanted to sing the song from the Hanna Montana movie. That song was "Crazier" and I was positive she wouldn't know all the words to it as she just got the move for Christmas 2009 and had only seen it once. After trying to several times to change her mind about the song choice to no avail, she was signed up. When her time came she was sooooo excited. She took the mic, and swayed through the introduction and when the words showed up on the screen she realized she really didn't know this song that well. I attempted to whisper the words to her as they came up and she managed to follow along quite melodically. She actually knew the chorus part without any help. When the song was over she smiled so proudly and the whole poolside audience clapped and cheered loudly for her. She did good...even with the little lyrical setback. I was very proud of her for trying out new things like this making an attempt at finding her voice. I look forward to many more attempts in the future!
I look forward to hearing your suggestions!