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There was a line from Don Maclean’s song “American Pie” that always hit me strongly: “The day the music died.” For me, my music died for almost 30 years. I believe that explains my current passion for having my songs recorded. It is my way of keeping them alive, of having them live on. Continue reading →
My journey has taken me to such wonderful places. I smile because I hear such beautiful music wherever I am!
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This “place” is where I am today is one where I am proud. I adore my children. And I’m amazed by the 50 songs I’ve composed and words I’ve written from my heart to share with the world. Continue reading →
Depression feels like a whirlpool that is hard to swim out of. I will not drown as long as I can breathe. It’s just very tiring. I once looked forward to speaking publicly and singing, but now it seems almost impossible. I want to “stay safe.” Continue reading →
Initially, I wondered how I’d find a vibe for a song about falling in love that I wrote as a young 19-year-old girl. It has been at least 35 years since I’ve experienced romantic feelings. Continue reading →
I hold on to memories of how I once felt adored in my life – cherished by my parents and even by my former husband. Even though it was my choice to divorce after a long marriage, I am still experiencing a lot of grief. Continue reading →
When I sing my song, I am reminded of god’s love, because I have been blessed by inspirational music to help me. But most importantly, when I sing my song I am reminded that self-love is the answer. I won’t drown in misery! Continue reading →
I am able to share more background on “It Might Have Been.” The three verses speak to my relationship with Michael. The first verse was our romance. The second verse was when I left him, because he was far too serious for me. Then there was the last verse. I wrote: “It might have been, when I called to you in my pain . . .” In 1980, I was in a car accident about a block from my home. It was a painful experience for me at that time in my life. However, it was not a huge trauma compared to later events in my life! Continue reading →