Archive | December 2012

Life is Bittersweet 12-22-2012

Many of you know we moved back to Colorado this fall and we are so happy to be here in Lyons in our new pad. I’m excited to share with everyone some of the projects we’ve been working on very soon. One unexpected big project has been health related as I was diagnosed with an auto-immune condition ealier this fall called Graves Disease (Hyperthyroidism). One of the symptoms is bulging eyeballs which has been evident is my most recent looping video as well as the video above. I have been going about an alternative holistic apporach to healing and things are slowly getting better.

I found some great information at http:///www.gravesdiseasecure.com which has helped to educate me on this condition and come up with a holistic plan. Currently there is “no cure” for Graves and many other auto-immune diseases in our AMA influenced health care system. There have been many people who have cured themselves in a holistic manner but it seems to require a deep examination of possible causes that deal with stress, mental beliefs and emotional patterns as well lifestyle issues (diet, exercise etc). I am grateful for the gift in what this disease is teaching me. In that attitude lies the potential for healing IMHO 😉

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Christmas Gift 12-21-2012

Well it’s Dec 21 2012 and in light of current events and the season, my songwriting partner Carol and I were inspired to write a Christmas song and try our amateur hands at filming a music video. I was invited to play at the annual Christmas Eve celebration in our new hometown of Lyons CO. We wanted to contribute something special and this is what came through. We wrote, recorded, filmed and edited the song in 4 days this week. I recorded a simple acoustic guitar and vocal version of the song that is available for free download here!

This song says everything I feel in this bittersweet holiday season and it is my gift to you!
Thank you for all the love and may this holiday be an opportunity to feel the gratitude in all our relationships as we never know how long we have to be here in this precious lifetime. “Maybe right now is all we’ll ever be!”