You saved my life once.

You saved my life once.

Three weeks – that’s how long it’s been since my last blog post.  Let’s be honest though, my posts have been pretty spotty for awhile now. I volunteer for a large music festival every Summer called Heaven Fest and it takes up a lot of…

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Music and birthday brownies

Music and birthday brownies

On Saturday we went to this festival as a family and got to hang out with old (and dear) friends and hear some live music.  The Colorado weather was perfect and the kids loved whizzing around on the golf carts:) Yesterday this gorgeous girl turned…

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Listening:  Tune-Yards

Listening: Tune-Yards

{source} Tune-yards is beautiful music and I can’t get enough of it lately.  Merrill Garbus creates drum loops live, and puts absolutely unexpected vocals on top of them.  When this girl opens your mouth, prepare for yours to drop.  Gorgeous vocals – and completely unique…

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Listening:  Of Monsters and Men

Listening: Of Monsters and Men

A few weeks ago I started listening to a band, Of Monsters and Men and I haven’t been able to stop.  Their new album My Head is an Animal came out in April and it is phenominal.  Gorgeous (I mean, breathtaking) melodies, and beats that make you…

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Listening: Summer Tunes

Listening: Summer Tunes

I spend a lot of time in the Summer with my windows open and fans on, singing at the top of my lungs.  I’m pretty sure it’s my neighbors’ favorite part about living next to me.  This Summer, these are my go-to albums: Jade Day…

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Listening:  Sucré

Listening: Sucré

Sucré is a band (pronounced su-cray) featuring the lovely Stacey King of Eisley, her husband Darren King of MuteMath, and producer Jeremy Larson.  They just released their first album, A Minor Bird.  Since I’ve been following Jeremy and Stacey on Twitter, I’ve been awaiting this…

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A bird hit my car.

A bird hit my car.

I’m clipping along at 65 mph this morning on my way to work, minding my own business – and a bird comes out of nowhere and hits my windshield.  It just barely didn’t clear the top of my car.  For a split second I wasn’t…

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Listening: Churchill

Listening: Churchill

Denver-based indie rock band Churchill is, in my opinion, at the forefront of quality for local music.  In the wake of their much deserved win at KTCL’s Hometown for the Holidays in December, they are getting ready to release The Change EP this Friday at…

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Friday flashbacks.

Friday flashbacks.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about a trip I took to Taiwan in the beginning of 2010.  It could be because I constantly find myself wearing clothes I bought there (amazing shopping btw), or because my new tattoo idea stemmed from my thinking about…

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Listening: The Horse Latitudes

Listening: The Horse Latitudes

I saw Bonnie Gregory at a Christmas concert this past December and could not get over how much I loved her hair.  She is the sister of a good family friend (of whom I may or may not have annoyed with talking about said sister’s…

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