Trumpets to her

She grow up in a household third of seven siblings never remembering a time where singing wasn’t a daily joy at the sink doing dishes or around the piano. That’s at least her first eighteen years.

In junior high and high school singing was a requirement. During choir and girls groups for ten years she was being focused to uphold quality of music and challenged with techniques that developed proper voice, sight reading and enunciation. The choir was a touring choir traveling all over the usa.

As a married women she sang in the cedar rapids symphony choir, the Chester county oratorical society and the Lancaster symphony choir. As well as spent time coaching another generation, at the same highschool, of young ladies girls group.

The Messiah by Handel was traditionally sang at thanksgiving, with friends,  the hole is thing, no cliff notes version, marking the Christmas season. This continued in married life by annually singing in a community sing.

She has contributed to many via voice lessons and piano lessons. Singing at funerals and weddings to the blessing of many.

Through the years of singing and receiving voice lessons and training, she has developed a personal quality of excellence and knowledge in music.

She’s a professional, perhaps marriage and family robbed her of letters after her name.
Yet she awakes with a song.

“Mary did you know”; and many other spirituals are her joy. Her singing has swept her through church, pop culture,spirituals, classical and worship-praise.

Music is her drug her addiction, she can’t be a bi-standar  that’s torture.

She’s my wife, sweet heart, friend.
No you know the rest of the story.


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