Remember Jemma

RDP Tuesday: ASK

Photo A.M. Moscoso

The next time you

wonder if you’re good enough at writing or singing or if you should speak out

I would ask you to consider my Granddaughter, Jemma.

We were at a Children’s Museum in Olympia, Washington and one of the interactive exhibits

was a stage with a toy mic, a curtain and at the side was a mixing board where the kids could run sound of

audiences cheering and clapping.

Jemma took to the stage and in front of a crowd of people she sang her song  ( ABC’s) and she tried to

project her voice over the sounds of the museum- kids playing at the other exhibits, laughing, talking because if you

noticed, the mics are only props.

She didn’t use that noise to hide her light under a bushel.

When she was done she exited the stage with flair.

I don’t know about you, but the next time I am doing something I love -I’m not going to ask if I should be doing this.

I’m going to remember Jemma taking the stage.

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