Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Howdy, folks! How’s your week been going? I hope you’re having the most delightful and magnificent Christmas season yet. I’ve got a fun edition of “Wish You A Merry Christmas” for you today. It was also given to me by my piano teacher; it’s even out of same book of jazzy Christmas songs that “Silent Night” came out of! If you’re brave enough, I’d love for you to take a listen. […]



Hey, folks! I’m here today with a song I wrote, called “Broken.” I would love for you to take a listen! Verse 1: Broken gears and broken locks We’re all lonely, faceless clocks Broken hearts and broken minds We’re all crooked, straying lines And the lines don’t have a point And the clocks, they’re winding down We’re all stained and we’re all lost We’re just waiting to be found. Chorus: […]

My “Thank You” List

Thanksgiving. What a wonderful day. Besides the fact that you get to stuff yourself with amazing food, hang out with the cousins and have more than one dessert, it’s such a great reminder to be thankful for the good things in our lives. I’d love to share with you a few a lot of the things that I’m thankful for. 🙂

What I Learned From Ensemble

Hey, folks! How’s it going? My second ensemble session (that’s a classy way to say band) at Bosse’s School of Music just wrapped up, and I’m so thankful I got to be a part of it. I had the opportunity to see other musicians interact, and came out with a different outlook than I went in with.

“The Heart of Home”

Howdy, folks! Up till our move to Massachusetts, I never realized how many distinct sounds, sights, and smells old houses have. Things you wouldn’t have thought could become so dear! Want to hear a few? “The Heart of Home” The warm triangle of light from my doorway is pretty, and my eyes linger over it. I hear the floorboards creak, and Dad turns off the light in the hall. Now in the dark, […]

Sorrel’s Story – Chapter Ten

Howdy, and Happy Hump Day! I hope your week has been going well. Here’s the tenth chapter of my short story, Sorrel’s Story. If you haven’t seen this before and would like to read it, you can read the beginning by clicking the link below. Sorrel’s Story – The Very Beginning