November, 2011

To Whom It May Concern

I’ve always been a very private person, and that’s why this blog is a new and scary experience for me. You become an open book in which you are left very vulnerable. But apparently without fear, we never grow, and there is a reason I feel guided to be telling my stories right now. I…

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November 22, 2011

Crow’s Funeral

Continuing on with the theme of the last blog regarding Crow’s Funeral, I though it might be appropriate to explain the story behind the album title. As told to me by a friend: One morning there was a loud symphony of cawing in my back alley. My partner and I went to investigate at the…

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November 21, 2011

Don’t Shoot Officer

As you may or may not know, Paul and I are musicians. We have done some extensive touring throughout North America and have collected some pretty amazing stories on the road. One of the best parts about being a musician is traveling. Although touring mostly entails driving, performing and sleeping (in that order), the odd…

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November 14, 2011

Joshua Tree

Looking back on my last blog post, and thinking about how letting go and having faith will never lead you down the wrong path, I thought about Joshua Tree. This is probably the single most important point in my life when everything at the time seemed ‘so wrong’, yet turned out so perfectly right.

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November 12, 2011

A Night On The Mountain

This blog was inspired by a Harvest Moon in Sedona Arizona. I was on a two month long road trip with my husband Paul and no itinerary. It was very spontaneous and exciting to decide each morning where the next destination would be. That’s how we ended up in Sedona. Up until that point, we were pretty much in a new town everyday. We didn’t think this would be any different. We were wrong. Who knew one of the most beautiful places in the entire world had been sitting there this whole time? We ended up staying an entire week!

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November 11, 2011