Tuesday, August 3, 2010


God loves a lullaby
In a mother’s tears ...
in the dead of night,
Better than a halleluiah sometimes...

God loves a drunkards cry,
A soldiers plea,
not to let him die ...
Better than a halleluiah sometimes
We pour out our miseries,
God just hears a melody...
Beautiful the mess we are,
The honest crys….
Of breaking hearts ...
Better than a halleluiah.
A woman cries out in the dead of night...
A dying man giving up the fight...
Better than a halleluiah sometimes

Tears of shame ...
for whats been done,
Saddest when the words won’t come
Better than a halleluiah sometimes

We pour out our miseries
God just hears a melody
Beautiful the mess we are
The honest crys….
Of breaking hearts ...
Are better than a halleluiah
Better than a church bell ringing
Better than a choir singing out
Singing out….
We pour out our miseries...
God just hears,
A melody..
Beautiful the mess we are,
The honest crys….
Of breaking hearts...
Are better than a halleluiah.Amy Grant and Vince Gill weathered the storm of accusations, untrue press, and the challenge of blending families. Their love story is a testimony to waiting on the Lord, trusting in the Lord and being blessed by obedience. Halleluiah they are celebrating 10 years married. AMEN

Sunday, August 1, 2010


Go tell the world that I am on my way. "I am a flyer pursuing my passion, I understand the danger and I can handle it. There is more to life than being a passenger!" Amelia

Charlie St Cloud

A great slow paced plot about long term grieving. Some things you cannot speed up on film or in life. The acting is superb, the scenes are mezmerizing. The impact of the lesson that second chances are given to those yet to fullfill a purpose totally inspired me. Nothing can keep me from my dream! Why did I survive an anuersym? Who am I set to meet that dares to sail off to Mexico? I am so excited about what waits and I am getting my gear ready for the best ride of my life! Thanks Charlie St Cloud!


Frida painted what she felt, not wanting, not caring if she struck a nerve or got approved. She was living courage and truly unconventional. Frida showed her emotion, she expressed her pain in art. As a young woman she wore a back brace, her toes were amputated, she lost her health but never her passion! Her painting was cathartic, her love was brutal. This film is an artistic diary of Frida!