Hello guys,My husband and I have been LOVING this song. It's a different version of Amazing Grace with a blend of Psalms 23 and we can not get enough of it. It's so beautiful and makes my heart smile every time I hear. I can literally listen to this song over and over again. Who knows how long it would take for me to get tired of it... never because His grace IS truly AMAZING!...more
Jon Collins, lead singer of the Jon Collins Band is a Pop Rock Artist who’s taking rock & pop to a new level by storm. His new sexy song “Let Love Live” at: http://bit.ly/JonCollinsBand-iTunes is reminiscent of the sound of Imagine Dragons. He does a great job mixing meaningful lyrics with powerful guitars and melodies. He’s the new 2014 sound of today, check him out for yourself and see why his near 30K fans on Facebook are shouting about all the commotion! ...more
When I finish a book I like, after the happy sigh, my next thought usually is, “Who do I know who would like this book?” Sometimes I can really like a book and not be sure anyone I know would also like it. It was like that with The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde. Some of the people who I thought might like it did, and some didn’t....more
The Pollination Project officially announces the October 2014 grant winners. My documentary, The Coffee Dance, is included in this list. So many amazing people are working to change the world, one seed at a time - The Pollination Project recognizes the difference made in the spirit of helping others. They give away $1000 a day for grassroots initiatives with an eye on making a difference in the world.
I’ve never written a post about books on my blog before, which is a bit of a surprise. I’m a full-blown bookworm. I can’t get enough. My husband, Chris, never fully understood bookworms until he lived with me. And, even then, he still doesn’t “get” it. Now, when my husband told me he liked to read, I imagined he liked it like I did. I couldn’t have been more wrong. While Chris does read, he doesn’t read many books. Instead, he peruses magazines, newspaper articles, and, on rare occasions, nonfiction books. ...more
Bazinga! That term, popularized by Sheldon Cooper on "The Big Bang Theory," sums up how I feel about the show. I arrived late to the Big Bang party, but I've compensated for my tardy TV viewing by becoming a devoted fan. ...more