Tag Archives: Peaches Chrenko
“You Are My Wings” was one of the first songs I chose to have arranged when I began rediscovering music in 2010. I had fun recording the vocal for this new arrangement, even though I wasn’t singing about a person I was in love with. What I actually imagined, was that I was flying with my music! Continue reading →
When I composed “The Door” in 2012, my song felt like it was a huge secret. The fact that I was miserable in my marriage was not a secret to people whom I was close with. But finding the courage to divorce was overwhelming and my song helped to guide me. My husband never expected I would leave and my secret ate away at my insides. Continue reading →
Originally my last line of my song was, “I walked out the door.” A door is not only a metaphor for leaving, but also for entering. So instead of saying “walk out the door” I decided my last line would be “I went through the door.” And you don’t know what’s on the other side! Continue reading →
But because I did not have the courage to tell my husband, I kept my song “The Door” a secret for over a year. It was when my father died that I finally became ready to go through the front door into a new life. Continue reading →
I was so relieved that things had improved so much because of my own courage and inclination. It had been such a wondrous day, filled with improvement in so many ways. Perhaps this was the rainbow through my tears after all! Continue reading →
When I started my blog, I had no idea where my journey would lead. But there was a moment when everything changed. It began with new song lyrics. My song “The Unknown” was so painful for me that I became physically ill. How was it possible that a song could actually change the direction of my life?
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I remember how giddy I was when I first began writing my blog. I could not stop thinking about all the funny and interesting things I wanted to write about. My posts would list the times of day and what had occurred! I find it interesting how that has changed for me. My passion for music has eclipsed everything now.
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