May 1, 2020

For those who know me, they know that baking is not what I typically do when I want to relax. The flour everywhere, the sticky hands/counter/children, the steps. It just hasn't always been for me. ​​

Then I made a pie. A real, homemade apple pie. And it was delicious. S...

April 10, 2020

It's Good Friday. As we head into school break - which feels utterly bizarre in the current state - the girls are planning how to make the most of it by choosing a different place to 'camp out' each night in the house. It lifts my spirits to see them bonding like this....

March 27, 2020

Week one of distance learning is coming to a close here at the Davidsons. We made it through with a few meltdowns but mostly smiles as we navigated this new world together. 

I watched as Ellie learned how to join her virtual team meeting effortlessly every morning. I le...

March 21, 2019

If you’ve been writing songs for a little while then chances are you probably have a method, whether loose or rigid, that you employ when tackling a new tune. Perhaps you start with the melody, or maybe you’re a work-from-the-hook kind of person. Or maybe, if you’re li...

February 19, 2019

I am a mom. I am a wife. I am a marketing professional. I am a singer. I am a songwriter.

I do the laundry. I rescue lost socks. I do the grocery shopping. I cook the food. I do the dishes. I clean. I yell. I give hugs. I have dance parties in my kitchen.

I am the V...

October 25, 2017

People always ask me about my songwriting process. Which comes first, the lyric or the melody? Is there a system you use to write your songs? Do you write everyday? When I tell them that it's different each time and that I tend to let the inspirational chips fall where...

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