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Camille’s Primary Ideas Reaches Africa

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Camille’s Primary Ideas have reached Africa!  I was recently contacted by a sweet sister who sent me several photos and video of one of my singing time lesson plans used in Ghana, Africa!  Needless to say, I was tickled pink!

**Images and video are all shared with permission from parents and leaders.

Camille's Primary Ideas singing time idea reaches Africa

My husband tells me that I keep up this website merely for the accolades.  And I can’t help but sometimes think he’s right!  Readers send me THE nicest comments, words of encouragement and share their successful (and sometimes not so successful) singing time stories with me.  I truly love and appreciate all of them! 

Just the thoughtful act of leaving a comment or sending me an email fills my day with joy and I relish them all!  It seriously makes all the time and effort I devote to this space 100% worth it.

I’ve had sisters and even brothers (you know who you are!) reach out to me with insight, thoughts and inspiration.  From New Zealand to Hawaii to Europe to South America, Canada and all over the United States.  I’m probably forgetting several other places too!

At the bottom of my homepage HERE (I can’t figure out why it’s not showing up on mobile – grr!) I occasionally update unique comments I get so you may want to check it out every once in a while.  Here’s the latest one I’ve added:

Camille's Primary Ideas singing time idea reaches Africa

Anyway, this particular sister reached out to me from Ghana, Africa.  The singing time leader in their branch used my lesson plan I posted for HERE The Iron Rod to teach their primary children this hymn.

Camille's Primary Ideas singing time idea reaches Africa

She shared with me several photos and video of the children singing and using it in singing time.  It brought tears to my eyes.  My little singing time lesson plan crafted here in Salt Lake City, Utah is blessing lives halfway around the world from where I live.  I’m humbled.

She gave me permission to share the photos and video as the parents of these children gave permission to do so.  Heavenly Father’s children are so precious!  Just look at those sweet faces!

Camille's Primary Ideas singing time idea reaches Africa

Maybe this is too personal but my patriarchal blessing states that I’ll have the opportunity bless the lives of my sisters.  Now, I have 6 younger sisters (I’m the oldest of 10 kids).  I always assumed my patriarchal blessing was speaking about my biological sisters.

Sometimes I can’t help but think it’s talking about my singing time website.  And if that’s the case, I’m grateful to be fulfilling that small role!  Because I am blessed more than I deserve because of it.

Here are 2 videos that were also shared, so enjoy!

So thank you for being great readers, sharing your support and love with me.  You inspire me every day to be a better person – as a primary music leader and as a daughter of God.

If you have something you’d love to share with me, I’d love to share your story!  Feel free to contact me or leave a comment.

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