Dear Partner Letter #29: Bless These Two
There is a moment in many if not most stories where the protagonist (or protagonists) survive a near death experience, emerging transformed in some existential way.
As someone who has faith in the power of stories and songs – who believes in the might, magic, and mystery of loving and being loved – and who trusts that together songs sung, stories told, and love shared can lead us home – I’d like to welcome you to “Songs and Stories from Home.”
In May of 2017 at Benaroya Hall in front of a lifetime of family and friends the final campfire for “One of Those Times in a Life” was lit. That evening represented the culmination of a six-year exploration of memory and discovery, of taking a lifetime of stories and telling the story of a lifetime, while using a lifetime of songs to create the soundtrack of that journey. Those campfires remain lit. You can find a map to them simply by clicking “One of Those Times in a Life.”
When I stepped off the stage that night I understood – believed - on some deep and profound level I had arrived “home.” It is with that faith that I will be exploring, discovering, creating, and sharing “Songs and Stories from Home.” You are invited and I would be delighted if you came along.
Join me as I sing Songs and tell Stories and explore what it means to be home. The Songs and Stories from Home podcast is available in both audio and video feeds so you can watch or listen. Find my podcast on YouTube or your favorite podcast application
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