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WONDER WHY – PART 1

When I wrote my newest song “Wonder Why,” all I could think of was what my friend, Magda goes through on a daily basis because of MS. She is such a kind and loving person. I’m amazed at her faith in God, as well. Continue reading

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FOR THOSE WHO SUFFER

I am always honest with my songs. After my son died, I was certain I’d never sing again. Continue reading

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HOW IT FELT WHEN YOU WENT AWAY – PART 2

I had two “anniversaries of the heart” this week. Monday was the day my father died and today is Jason’s birthday. Continue reading

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HOW IT FELT WHEN YOU WENT AWAY – PART 1

I’m far too emotional and vulnerable at this time in my life to do any live performing. I’ve chosen to use my emotion as a beautiful addition to my recordings instead. Continue reading

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I HEAR YOUR VOICE INSIDE MY HEAD

Grief was all about love for me. My song poured forth and dazzled me with its beauty. But it held another meaning for me that I did not expect . . . Continue reading

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YOU WHISPER IN MY EAR TO HEAL

This past weekend, I composed a song that is so beautiful I am simply stunned by it. I am thankful for music that heals me while going during a difficult time with my eyesight. Continue reading

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HOW CAN I BELIEVE?

You will not hear me say, “Time heals.” I have said that hearts do heal and it happens unconsciously. I have said that joy is possible. That is not the same thing. Believe it or not, although time lends some anesthesia to the gut-wrenching pain – for those that succumb to grief it is too late. Grief actually wrecks lives and destroys a persons’ health over time. Healing from grief is torturous hard work. Most people don’t believe they will heal and I was one of those people. Healing isn’t about fixing anything so that’s it goes back to how it was. There are scars forever. And nothing heals when it festers either. In my fourth year of bereavement I wrote: How can my heart ever heal when it continues to bleed? The answer was that it couldn’t! Continue reading

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