Thule le Mama Ya

Sunday was our latest Windsong concert. It was my fourth concert with the group and it was my favorite so far. That might have something to do with the fact it was the first time I felt like I mostly knew what I was doing. I’d never been a confident singer and it took me a while to get acclimated (I’m in the middle, second row).

The songs were so much fun this time.

Thule le Mama ya is inspired by the Zulu phrase “thula mama” meaning, “Don’t worry Mama.” Singing with this wonderful group is one of the times my worries can’t get me. I’m totally in the moment.

Don’t worry Mama.

Things have a way of working out.

They really do.

6 thoughts on “Thule le Mama Ya

  1. You do look completely immersed in the moment! I love that you move to the music while you sing.

  2. Belated congratulations. This, I believe also, was your finest concert to date. It was an honor to be present for such a quality performance. Despite your loss of 3 members, you seemed to pay tribute to those women with/by your superb singing.