Meet Chester, my first snowman. While on vacation in Arkansas, it snowed a good four inches, and my sister-in-law Karry and I had a blast building Chester. He is sporting my scarf and my mom’s black hat. Having never built a snowman, it surprised me how much work it turned out to be. Lots of … Continue reading Meet Chester
A crash and subsequent rumblings startled me out of a deep sleep about 5:30 yesterday morning. My husband, already up and awaiting his first cup of coffee, stood in the kitchen, unaware of the commotion behind our bedroom walls. I related what I had heard, and he immediately went into action. Grabbing a flashlight and … Continue reading Sleeping in with Sofie
With a lifetime of loving and studying music, I take joy in entertaining, writing music, collaborating with other artists, and singing various genres of music. These pleasures are incredibly fulfilling. Meeting other musicians is always a joy. Teaching music, especially voice, was a great source of joy as students grasped the techniques and the thrill … Continue reading Living Your Purpose
When telling a story to small children you need to be animated. Telling the story of the Three Little Pigs to a kindergarten class, for example, must not be told with an emotionless face. The children would climb the furniture, bored out of their minds. You must keep their attention. They should, in response to … Continue reading Sing the Story
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Merry Christmas! It was a privilege to sing in our little church this morning. Here is the link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/wUX2hyZYvtg8yNqw8