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This is my song: Where Were You . . .

Country singer, Alan Jackson wrote these lyrics shortly after September 11, 2001 – Where were you when the world stopped turning on that...

This is my story: A Lovely Distraction

I know she was born in August – August 26th, I think, in 1925. She died this past June at the age of 95. She was a spunky little gal. She...

This is my story: A Matter of Time

Saturday morning July 25, 1998, I was leaving Brownsboro AL with Big Daddy returning to his home in Tennessee. I had spent that week...

This is my song: Crazy

It has been a crazy ride these past few months. I definitely took on too much involving all three of the non-profits for which I...

This is my story: March Madness

Sitting here watching the “first four in” opening games of the 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and thinking about my Dad. It is...

This is my song: Be Not Dismayed

In October of 2005, I was diagnosed with Agnogenic myeloid metaplasic with myelofibrosis Jak 2. While at an annual appointment with my...

This is my story: I Lost Me

January 3rd has been a day upfront in my memories for 50 years now. It was a Sunday (as it is this year). My family and I attended church...

This is my song: Let Me Live in the Light

You couldn’t turn on the national news and commentary broadcasts in the last six months without someone being introduced as an expert in...

This is my song: a bushel and a peck

When my niece arrived in this world, I would often sing to her a song from the stage production of the musical “Guys and Dolls” I love...

This is my story: Sing, Sing a Song

The opening song of the classic musical “Les Misérables” includes the haunting words: Look down, look down Don't look 'em in the eye...

This is my song: Come Home

Lately, Mother and I have been taking a cup of coffee with us to the front porch to sit a spell and watch the sunset. These evening...

This is my story: American Pride

In an effort to clean up and organize my office the other day I came across an essay I had written in the sixth grade. It was in response...

This Is My Story: the Singer in the Band

Truly, I think I always wanted, in the far back corner of my heart, to be the girl singer in the band. I didn't want to be the star -

This is my story: Storms

"Storms never last do they, baby," sang Jessi Colter. This past week my home state was assailed by tornadoes. Nearly cutting a straight...

This is my song: Remember

Singing in the Davis household came just as naturally as breathing. Say a word or phrase and one or more of us will break out in a TV...