My All-time Favorite Picture.

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Isn’t she beautiful!  I will walk among these trees myself, someday…  ~M


Originally posted: March 13, 2015

Photo Credit: National Geographic (Young girl standing among baobab trees in Madagascar)

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#MidnightMadness – 4/16/2017

I love the way a song can create a story in one’s mind as it plays.  Is there a song that describes you?  Which song pulls your heart straight out of your chest, and unleashes your soul? There’s only ever been one song like this for me. It frees my spirit and touches my heart every time I listen to it. The first time I heard it, I was at a piano concert and it brought a flood of tears to my eyes. It’s so beautiful, and one day I hope to learn to play it on the piano.  Here it is…

Clair De Lune (Which means Moonlight in French)  Please, as you listen, close your eyes and just feel it…  truly magical… ❤️  xo

#MidnightMadness – 4/2/2017

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Do you have a favorite book?  If so, tell me what it is and why it’s your favorite.

One of my favorite books is, God’s Smuggler by, Brother Andrew.  I love this book because it shows how anyone, even the least likely person, can be used by God to do amazing and extraordinary things.   Read it for yourself if you don’t believe me.  😉


Photo credit: pixabay.com

An Amazing Artist!

Wanted to share my favorite pianist with all of you.  His name is Alpin Hong.  The first song listed below will take you back a few years.  The second one, shows Alpin’s heart for helping children appreciate music.  He has dedicated his life to making music fun for students.  He is absolutely brilliant and loves to put on a good show!  The last song is my favorite song, Claire de lune, by Claude Debussy.  I play a little bit and I have a 13 yr. old daughter who loves to compose her own piano music.  How many of you enjoy piano music or play piano?

Here’s a link to Alpin Hong’s website.  Enjoy!

Also, want to say thanks to my friend Raymond for giving me the idea to share these in the first place.  You can visit his blog here.