Tuesday, October 30, 2012

It's Christmastime Again

Well, almost!  At least it sounds like Christmastime in our warm home.  We girls are practicing in all our free moments, whether it's after the dishes are finished or while the dishes are being washed.  

And then we do it all over again, especially when Emma is home from college... 

I wonder why?

Well, it is no secret--we have a Christmas show on
November 29.  It's true!  
(see the left-hand side bar for more details)

Come join us for timeless caroling and heart-sharing as we celebrate the magic and joy of Christmas!

The Ramsey Sisters

Saturday, July 7, 2012

and Introducing...

...at a summer show we're very excited about. :)

See you there!

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Wintering in Winnsboro

...Saturday night!  It's true!  We'll be all bundled up and headed to Art and Espresso
while, baby, it's so cold outside!

We've been caroling in Tyler's Dillards... in Gilmer... and now we're coming to Winnsboro.

Stop in for coffee and carols from 7:00-9:00 p.m. this Saturday!

p.s.  We'll be singing our own a cappella rendition of the Andrew Sister's Jingle Bells!!  
That's all I'll say. ;-)

Monday, January 24, 2011

Apple Blossom Time... in Winter?

No... it is most assuredly not apple blossom time yet. But we are indeed in the spirit of the 40's and the Andrew Sisters as we sing Apple Blossom Time and many other numbers each day, while making a To-Do List to iron and press our teal dresses, and find our matching bows for the upcoming show in Quitman!

You might ask... what is this show?

Well... it is a show of the best kind. A dinner theater. Which means you watch the show while enjoying an elegant meal! A production blending the greatest 40's-50's hits, sung by some of the most talented singers in East Texas. It's been such a delight to work with the Quitman theater! Rehearsals are several times each week and our anticipation grows as we sing a new song each night.

Quitman's Dinner Theater this year, titled, A Sentimental Journey, will indeed by a night to remember. And, might I say, an evening to sing, laugh, and step back in time to World War II!

We'd love to see you there if your calendar and your purse allows! (details below)
The Ramsey Sisters

Sentimental Journey Dinner Theater
February 4th, and 5th, 2011
Carroll Green Civic Center, Quitman TX
Ticket prices are $22.00 
(sold at Bank Texas in Quitman, Mineola, and Holly Lake Ranch and Wood County National Bank in Quitman and Mineola)
Dinner is served at 6:45
The curtain opens at 7:30

More Info: (903) 967-2164
There are not many tickets left, so count your pennies now!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

..."and Caroling Out in the Snow"

There'll be parties for hosting, marshmallows for toasting, and caroling out in the snow....

Friday evening, just as the sun is setting and the chilly wind starts to turn to biting cold, we'll be pulling out our warmest coats, our best gloves and hats, sturdy shoes, and of course, our Christmas caroling books... and off we go to downtown Winnsboro to go "caroling out in the snow"!!

... except, without the snow part. :)

So, if you happen to be in Winnsboro on Friday evening, between 5:00-7:00, you will hear our faint voices down the street, at Gina's Creative Cake shop, singing our Christmas favorites! Do stop in for a warm, holiday treat as you pass by!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Christmastime is Here

... and we are singing in the Christmas cheer with True Blue and Friends!

We will be singing jazzy Christmas favorites with Shannon and her friends to celebrate this Christmas with the charm and joy of the season!

Click here for ticket prices and keep your calendar open for December 5th!

We are looking forward to a special appearance, Dad singing Count Your Blessings and Sarah Anne and Matthew performing a charming Christmas Eve skit. An evening not to be missed!

Sunday, September 12, 2010

On the Stage Again

The day began with sponge curlers tied up in a pink scarf...

... coffee on the porch

Sharing the Bible with Dad

...and sponge rollers under a yellow dryer

Deanna's black and white photos to inspire us...

Mother's hands pulling out soft curls

... and more sitting under the yellow dryer! (with a book)

The day ended with white cotton dresses...

and ever so many happy smiles!!!

Thank you to the Tyler Senior Citizens for having us and to Micah Graham for being our lovely narrator!

We hope to be putting our teal and white dresses on again soon!! Please leave us a comment or send an email if you have any questions, or if you are simply interested in us. We'd love to hear from you!