Tag Archives: gratefulness
That is where I am living now. Every day, I nurture and rediscover more of my inner child. And even though I infrequently travel, love guides every interaction.
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I celebrate many things. At the top of my list is my health. I can see well enough to drive, paint and play tennis. I can sing my heart out to a loving audience anytime I want to. I have amazing children whom I adore. All three are close to me, despite the physical distance with two of them. My deceased son, Jason, continues to live on in my music and songs. Continue reading →
Treasured memories sustain me and my sweet story is filled with metaphors. Camellia flowers remind me of my beautiful blossoming daughter. The life cycle of hummingbirds are touching, as I watch my three children spread their wings and fly. It is simply a joy to share my heart musings, imagery and songs. Continue reading →
Beyond the love I have for my children, I am practicing self-love. My devotion to following my passion is a gift I have given myself. I am overjoyed that my songs and words have comforted and touched so many people. I have found my way home because of music. The love in my heart takes me there. Continue reading →
The lack of intimacy, of holding feelings inside, of feeling lonely while being in the same hotel room was all too familiar. Inside my head I was crying, while on the outside I continued to smile.
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I am 56 years old and strive to take baby steps toward growth every single day of my life. Continue reading →
I wrote a song just about three days ago. It’s the only thing I can hear. So I’m going to play it. When I heard the music to it – it was a love song, for sure. And I haven’t had a romantic relationship in so long. How could I write a love song? So I did! I wrote a love song to my children because I love them so much. Continue reading →
I know that this was what my parents wanted for me, which also makes me cry. Continue reading →
Once upon a time, it seemed like changing my life was insurmountable; the unknown was very scary. Continue reading →
At the end of my story, I share some scrawled lyrics in progress. They are brutally honest and very personal. It is because of writing those words that I found the insight I needed for my newest song. Continue reading →