I have decided this is not due purely physical stresses and strains, although there were many.
I am not sure my feet will ever forgive me for leaving them in high heeled boots for two days
while spending the majority of those 24 hours standing, walking or rockin to beat the band.
My toes have the strangest curves to them makes me wonder if they ever be flip flop worthy again?
No, the exhaustion is about more than just shoe stompin.
Nor is the fatigue due to the constant flow of adrenaline that was spent during the days leading up to the final recording on Sunday night.
The gal was left speechless had nothing more to say.
A smidge of heaven on earth is what this gal and the thousands that joined us experienced.
I am convinced it is the pure whole hearted full out worship that nearly slayed us all Sunday.
I will never sing or hear 'Victory in Jesus' the same way.
The very presence of God would quite simply slay us otherwise as these tired old pieces of clay would be pulverized to dust at the thought of getting that close to Him.
Sunday - His being there, getting that close for just the briefest reflection of a glance at our Father totally wiped us out.
No wonder there were taping difficulties - too much power folks, way too much power!
I pray the concert translate with each and every CD and DVD and to God be all the glory!
As I was privileged to sing along with over 300 others for this, I have few performance photos to share, except those shared by my Siestas in the audience. The girls were in the audience and many have posted stories about all aspects of the weekend.
Check in with each of these girls, you may find you get a good dose of what this past weekend was about from each in a different way.
There is Nikki along with her best friend Tammy
Nesha and Melinda