Making Music

I gasped when I saw the two dancers drop Wesley. But, she pulled it off with a surprising amount of grace.

After the show, the boys and I went backstage for Wes. She was standing by the door, apparently waiting for us. “Did I do okay?” she asked nervously. “Yeah, you were great!” I told her. “I can’t believe they droped me!” she exclaimed. “It’s okay,” replied Joe, “I doubt many people even noticed! You still did a great job.” She smiled.

“Okay, we gotta go,” said Kevin. “We have another concert tomorrow, and I’d really like to get some rest.” We left the concert hall and drove to a hotel. The concert the next day was close by, so we didn’t have to worry about driving all night to get there.

Once settled into our hotel room, we decided we were in the mood for a little music. Wesley got her guitar out, and I borrowd Nick’s. We played a few songs that Nick and Joe sang along to, and then Wesley and I played a few songs alone, taking turns between singing parts.

View this story's 4 comments.