Every so often I stumble upon a blog or writer that I REALLY enjoy. There is something about the way they tell a story. Lisa Richarsdson is one of those writers. Her voice comes from deep within. It’s honest. It’s real.
Her latest post has a bit of advice that I think most of us need a refresher course on. I also want to be able to come back to this advice when life throws me lemons and self-doubt and I need a good reminder to ground me again.
I hope you enjoy this post as much as i did.
Mrs. Mother Dirt
My brother-in-law has an album’s worth of songs, ready to record, although he’s not quite sure how to take that next step. He’s written them all himself – complex, poetic pieces that awe me, make me think that songwriting is really the ultimate craft, fusing lyric and song together. He’s spent years working on them […]