There is always that stress of traveling and doing different things, signing your contract, getting to the venue, doing your show, getting to the next airport." Ah, the sisters Barlow are human after all. Becca says her strength lies in finding time to be alone with God but on the road, there has been an entirely new challenge she wasn't expecting. What God has been saying to me is, 'You need to take the time even more than before,'" she said and then added, "It has been a hard lesson and I hope I have learned it."One of the biggest things has been asking 'when is my quiet time? I think it is a lifelong growing process."As I turn to Alyssa the bassist for the group, I ask her what helps to keep the pressures of touring from getting to her.It took us a couple of years to learn we need to be each other's best friends because we are going to be there for each other the rest of our lives. I couldn't picture traveling around with anybody else. Are you going to 'fess up or do I have to talk to your sisters to get the dirt?We are the only people who are going to stay in each other's lives. She confessed, "On the road it gets crazy and we have at least two fights a day. Before we got signed and started traveling, I was filling up just for me but now that we are traveling so much I find I need to fill myself up more because it is so draining.We don't get to vacation as much anymore so whenever we go to Florida, we always take a couple of days off.
"We each received our purity rings when we were sixteen years old.
Being aunts is something that seems to relax us, to take the kids out shopping or to the library, which is what we did yesterday, it just seems to make all the stress melt for us girls," said Alyssa.