I haven't been updating the blog, pretty busy with some other projects (one that may or may not be a 100 page photo book of my 2011-2012) but the last few concerts have been too good not to share. This week was a the ATime Fundraiser on the Cornucopia Princess. The ship was taken out to sea (ok, ok to RIVER) to host 250 women from all corners of Monroe, Williamsburg and Boro Park. It was a gorgeous night on the water and while the women were seltzered and dined, I had a change to take a mini vacation on the top deck of the boat. It was glorious! Too bad bedtime for my little 'uns falls right bout the same time as sunset every night.
The fundraiser was hosted by a fabulous group of women who while I do bedtime, are arranging Gemilus Chasadim for countless grateful Jewish women going through infertility. One woman shared her story, and the the letter she wrote to her premie baby, that had all of us in tears before the main course was even served. All I can think was "Mi K'Amcha Yisroel" who care for one another like we do! Then there was a comedienne that jumped in to get everyone back in the mood and then I took over and got the ladies singing and dancing. I don't think I can adequately describe what it feels like to sing to so many elegant ladies (think pearls and scarves) so upclose and personally. There was not much space for a "stage" but the Chasidishe crowd is always super warm and excited and I feel right at home with them. It was a great time and before I knew it we were docked and it was all over. I got a few blurry pics of on my ipad I can share but otherwise, you really had to be there to experience the magic of the night.