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I am blessed with incredible friends. When a good friend would visit, I was distracted from sobbing my heart out. All the visits, meals, gifts, flowers, love and kindness were beyond anything I could have ever imagined.
In a few days, I will go back to see the foot doctor. I am praying and anticipating that I’ll be allowed to take my first steps again.
It’s all about those baby steps . . . Continue reading →
Last week I began recording my new instrumental late at night. The serenity of recording at 4 a.m. is amazing. It is also hard work and sometimes my hand becomes numb. I have to stop and shake it out for a few minutes because I can’t feel it. Continue reading →
I am going to miss you and your sweet smile, dear Debbie. Continue reading →
Today marks twenty-six years since my 5-year-old son Jason died. I will always miss him, but he lives on in my music. Continue reading →
I won’t let the musical magic in my life die. Pursuing my dream was never about making money. It was and still is about helping people heal as I share my heart. Continue reading →
When my book became available two days before Mother’s Day, I eagerly shared the news. And then the reality of it all hit me. I put my head down on my desk and cried. They were tears of sorrow, tears of joy, and tears of healing. Continue reading →
Today it is 25 years since the horrible day when I saw my child dead on October 6, 1992. I will never forget that image or the trauma. But all these years later, I am peaceful. Continue reading →
One day, I found my dream again. Even though I have tears when I imagine the dream of how I wished my son had lived, I am grateful for my love for him. He fuels my heart with joy when I create the music that I love. Continue reading →
I believe everyone has his or her own lonely path to follow with grief. I consider it to be a lifelong journey that led me somewhere else; never back to the place I was in before it happened. I used to mourn that, but now I accept it. Continue reading →
Yesterday was Jason’s birthday. He only lived five years, but he remains forever in my heart. Continue reading →