AS I GROW OLD

 

CLICKING ON THE BLUE LINKS BELOW WILL PLAY AUDIO FROM MY VOICE LESSONS WITH PEACHES CHRENKO WHERE I AM DISCUSSING MY NEW SONG:

PEACHES LESSON 6-11-12 – WITH ME-EXCERPT

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PEACHES LESSON 6-12-12 – WITH ME-EXCERPT

  

WITH ME

Copyright 2012 by Judy Unger

 

I look at the clouds and see your face

You’re watching me; smiling from space

Not sure where I’m going or when I’ll get there

But you are with me; you’re everywhere

When I’m discouraged, sometimes I crawl

You hold me up so I won’t fall

Not sure what will happen or where I will go

But you are with me; that much I know

 

With me, when I was born

With me as I mourn

With me in every song

With me to keep me strong

With me every day

With me in every way

With me and always near

You take away all of my fear

 

Though I can’t see; you’re not in sight

In the darkness you are my light

Not sure of my future, but I’ve always known

That you’d be with me; I’m not alone

Not sure of my life now or how things will be

Yet I am certain, you are with me

 

With me, when I was born

With me as I mourn

With me in every song

With me to keep me strong

With me every day

With me in every way

With me and always near

You take away my fear

With me when I ache

With me as I awake

With me when I weep

With me while I’m asleep

With me when I cry

With me when I die

Watching my life unfold

You’re with me, as I grow old

With me . . . as I grow old

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In this picture, I’m probably pointing at a grasshopper. Or it’s possible I was trying to get my brother, Howard, in trouble. “Look dad, Howard, did that!”

My father saved all of my childhood artwork. It was no surprise that I loved butterflies as a child. I was probably about five years old when I drew this.

I found lots of baby pictures in my parents’ apartment. I know I had that bonnet because I was bald. My mom was so thrilled to have a little girl.I am wondering what the photographer is doing to make me smile – my eyes are crossed!

This is better. I’m sure I’m laughing and thinking, “What a silly camera man!”

I’m not sure how old I was when I drew this.

This cracks me up. As a young child, I was already bargaining with food!

My father saved all the cards I ever gave him.

© Judy Unger and http://www.myjourneysinsight.com 2012. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Judy Unger with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

About Judy

I'm an illustrator by profession. At this juncture in my life, I am pursuing my dream of writing and composing music. Every day of my life is precious!
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