For the month of October, we feature one of our Tour Choir boys as a guest blogger. He succinctly shares his views on what the Fort Bend Boys Choir has done in and for his life!
When I was about 2 years old, my family and I moved to Africa because we were missionaries. I lived there for about 5 years. When I was 7 years old, I moved to Nicaragua. One year later, I moved back to Texas. I had a hard time fitting in with other kids, and I was having trouble making friends. I didn’t know what the other kids would think of me and I had never gone to public school in the United States before. I was depressed and sad until I joined the Fort Bend Boys Choir. When I joined this choir, the boys and Mr. Adams really opened my eyes to what life was all about.
I joined the choir about three and a half years ago. I can’t tell you how much this choir has changed my life. I became much more polite and I was more confident in myself. I made a lot more friends in this choir and I grew in my knowledge of music and performing, as well as in my friendships. Mr. Adams has taught me so much on being a good son and a good singer. I am happier now that I joined this choir and I cannot thank Mr. Adams enough. I didn’t think boys singing could be this popular. Not many people have the talent to sing so I think I should sing as long as I can. I am Braden, I am 11 years old and I am in the Fort Bend Boys Choir of Texas.