So much of this year was spent in numbness, however there are three moments that stand out above all others where, when in those moments, I felt a wash of emotion overcome me that was too big for my heart to hold. Three moments that were nothing big or grand, but were full of the joy and love and peaceful content that I want to be the rule, rather than the exception, for my life next year.
1. I know. I know. You’re sick of hearing about that night in the desert with him. But I always come back to it. My senses were so alive. And everything was so vivid–the colors, the light, the smells, the heat, the sounds. I can still see it. In all its vibrancy. If I had to chose my one best memory of 2010, it would be it. Click Here to Read
2. It was a reunion of sorts, with friends I struggle to find words to describe. We share a connection that’s deep and honest and so far below the surface, it’s almost hidden. And that evening we spent, after years apart, drinking up the mountain air, guitars in hand–with music, both spoken and sung–filled me to overflowing. I’ve come back to these pictures often since then and I think they’re some of my favorite (best) photos I took this year. They speak everything I felt that night. Click Here to See
3. I was just there to help her out, busily pushing buttons and recording their little voices, paying close attention to mechanics and levels, when the feeling in the room became tangible. I stopped. And I knew. What they were singing was true. I hadn’t forgotten it. Well–actually, yes I had. And I needed to remember. The tears fell and I wanted them to sing for forever. Click Here to Listen
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