I had been counting down the weeks and days before OnStage, so I was almost giddy when everything began! It was great to be with and work with our awesome employees and production staff. And seeing (and hugging) so many demonstrators did my heart good!
Warning: I had a hard time narrowing down all the great photos, so there are tons!
There were tours at the home office (one of the reasons it’s so nice to have OnStage in Utah), and you could hear the buzz of demonstrators visiting and swapping throughout the Salt Palace while they waited to check in and for OnStage to begin. It made me happy!
Family members twelve and older attended the first day, and I realize how much our family and the Stampin’ Up! family has grown in the last 29 years. (The photographer who took our family photo is out of town, so I’ll add that photo next week when he returns.)
The presentations throughout the event were wonderful, Centre Stage was fabulous (and funny!), and I especially loved stamping with Sara during the last session!
Honestly, I loved every minute of OnStage—from the rehearsals before to the morning after, when Sterling and I and dozens of demonstrators attended the Veteran’s Day Special of Music and the Spoken Word at Temple Square. It was so inspirational, and it gave me one more chance to visit with people I hadn’t seen yet.
A huge thanks to everyone who worked and attended the events around the world! We felt and heard only positive things!