On Love’s Holiday, the Eta Zeta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity for Women gave Valentine’s Day gifts on the Grambling State campus. The ladies shared musical notes throughout the campus. The gifts were called Sing-O-Grams.
Grambling students and faculty requested songs for the ladies to perform. Some song selections included classics such as, SWV’s “Weak,” John Legend’s “So High,” and Avant’s “My First Love.”
The songbirds visited classrooms, administrative offices, and Tiger Express.
Music is a rare gift of nature and can often be overlooked during popular holidays.
The music these women performed helped people say things they could not express in words or with actions on Feb. 14.
One can get caught up with materialistic giving and forget the power in music.
Next year, when you are stuck in the line at a local Wal-Mart or Walgreens, think about something original, classic, and eloquent for that special someone or anyone.
Music might be the ideal gift. What better gift to lovers than sweet harmonies and lyrics, to express your love and show how much you care?
Kimberly Monroe is a member
of Sigma Alpha Iota.