LESSON WITH PEACHES 7/27 WITH “ONLY TEARS.”
My post title is from my song “Only Tears.” It was the second to last song that I wrote, before I gave up my music for thirty years. The very last song that I wrote was the one I played at my own wedding, “Song of Joy.”
I have written about this song on prior posts. Although Cheryl inspired this song, it was for all of my wonderful friends that enriched my life before I got married. I’ve kept in touch with many of my childhood and college friends.
However, there are several that I have lost touch with. I often think about those friends. Long ago we were so close. I wonder what they are doing thirty years after our youthful adventures. I hope to find out someday!
I have enjoyed reconnecting with many, special people in my life during these past six months.
Out of nowhere, came the inspiration for me to add another verse to this song. I am recording it this Sunday, and I’m imagining a great arrangement will certainly enhance my song.
This weekend will be full of music for me, and that means I will be soaring and my heart will be exploding!
TODAY I WANT TO WISH A HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY CHILDHOOD FRIEND, JONI!
BOTH MY MOTHER AND JONI SHARE THE SAME BIRTHDAY – ISN’T THAT INTERESTING?
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY OWN MOTHER TODAY, TOO!
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Is it faith for me to be here at Borders listening to your music? I went to your website which I find is so inspiring. I’ve been waiting for God’s answer to my prayer… whether to divorce my husband of 15 years or stay together and work it out. Then I read your stories and your compositions. After reading your story, I was enlightened… I realized that I can’t just give up my marriage. I got to do something about it… I should learn how to love myself first to be able to love my husband again. Your stories made me realized my mistakes… my imperfections, and realized that I can’t live without my soul mate, my bestfriend… my husband. Thank you so much, Judy.