Rain drummed, children shouted, and the chord of G minor filled the room. Side by side at the piano, two cousins wrote a song. After piecing together the various ideas and adding in some lyrics, “Guilty Rain” was born. I’d love for you to take a listen!
Hello, How has your week been going? I’d love to share a song with you that I’ve only recently discovered (thanks, Mom and Dad!). It’s called, “If You Want Me To” by Ginny Owens. The song is jazz- and folk-sounding, and the lyrics are full of deep thoughts and wonderful reminders. I hope it encourages you. Thanks,
Hey, folks! We’re back from our summer adventure, and boy, what an adventure it was! We drove 10,000+ miles in the truck over the course of 11 weeks, and learned a lot about living in a small space. It wasn’t all a bowl of cherries — there were days where space was tight and we missed our alone time. But we worked through it and it taught us patience. Here […]
Here’s an original poem I wrote while sitting in a coffee shop in Colorado. I hope you enjoy it!
Hello! How are you? We’re in Hungry Horse, Montana. This morning, we went horseback riding on a trail ride. (I found the ride rather ironic, because my horse, Waylon, kept eating along the way. Get it — Hungry Horse?) 😀 It was a wonderful experience. I would love to share a song I wrote with you, called “Through The Door.” It was written in the camper using Micah’s guitar, and […]
We’re 26 days into our Wild West Adventure, and they’ve been filled with wonderment. We’ve seen breathtaking caverns, majestic mountains, and stunning city views. I’d love to share a few photos with you!
Six days into our west-bound journey and it’s going well. We’ve driven about twenty-two hours so far. Here’s the summary, along with some pictures. (Micah’s barely in them — he’s our photographer!)
Howdy, Folks! Our family is setting off on a huge adventure in a couple of weeks, and I’m absolutely ecstatic. We’re taking the camper out west and visiting some brilliant places, from the Grand Canyon to Yellowstone National Park. When Dad was my age, his parents took him to Yellowstone. Now, he’s bringing his kids!