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Soundtrack to my life

6 Comments 14 May 2010

Do you feel like you could tell your life story with a list of songs?  I am a huge music fan and particularly a fan of singer/songwriters like Patty Griffin,

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Mindy Smith, Sheryl Crow, Emmylou Harris, KT Tunstall, Shawn Colvin, Buddy Miller and other folks.  I love all kinds of music and I think different songs ring out in my head when I think about different times in my life.

Of course I get a bit anal when I start to write something like this down and try to actually think in some type of order, but I just wanted to put a couple of songs out there that are huge to me, songs that still…every single time I hear them, make sense to me like nothing else does.  They make sense of my life, they resonate in my soul and they help me remember.  Remember?

They help me remember that my story is part of a bigger story, that is is all tied together, with my family, my friends, my community and ultimately with the world around me…with all of humanity.  That we all suffer heartache and we all experience joy.  They make me remember those who walk this road with me and make my load lighter.

Here is one of those songs, KT Tunstall’s, Heal Over, from her album, Eye to the Telescope.

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  1. Jennifer DeVincent says:

    Oh my gosh, I just watched the video that Caroline made for you for Mother’s day! I just sat and cried. How beautiful and precious! I used to think you guys were obsessive with that video camera- but how precious to have that footage to see now!!! I love you and I am so proud of you, sis,

  2. lois says:

    God speaks to me in songs, too! (also through playing Yahtzee, but that’s another story) In February I had a horrendous surgery on my nose to remove a basal cell carcinoma. While Doug and I were waiting for the surgeon to come in, God sent me this message over the Muzak.
    It became my soundtrack every night afterwards while caring for my wound.

    • Jorja says:

      lois, thanks for taking the time to read the blog! love your comments and the song. i am just stumbling along, but it is fun. so good to hear from you.

  3. I also love this song! Glad you reminded me of it – need to crank it up on my iPhone today!

    Phyllis Neill

    • Jorja says:

      Phyllis, so sorry, your comment got hung-up in my spam thingy. Thanks for stopping by the blog, please come back and hang out. Your website looks intriguing. I appreciate women who mentor, it is my heart.

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