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Music Saves My Soul Saturday

 

I don’t know why this has seemed like such a long week, but hank goodness the week end is finally here.  That also means Music Saves My Soul Saturday has arrived.  If you would like to play along with us, link up your song on Marcea’s blog.

 

I have been enjoying Katie Costello’s album “Lamplight” this week.   This song, “Ashes Ashes” is one of my favorite songs off the album. 

 

 

 

 

I also wanted to share THIS post with you.  Check out how clever Tanis is.  She figured out how to use a digi image to decorate a cake!   I sooo have to try this out.

 

Have a great weekend!  Thank you for stopping by!

 

P.S.  Don’t forget to check out my Meljen’s Designs blog candy!   Click HERE

Comments

Cindy said…
Cheryl, Love the music video!!
Please stop on over at my blog. I have something for you!! Have a great day!!
Gail said…
I think I will have to listen a few more times ,not really an instant hit but it may grow on me.That happens a lot with me.
Joanne Gilch said…
OK, I am confessing...to ....stupidity...right here and right now. watched the video thinking Tanis was gonna show me something with a digi. Tanis never showed. enjoyed the music, tho. Very clever photography and a great song. Then...... realized that maybe the HERE was the clue to click for Tanis.....Oh MY! A frontal lobotomy will not help this old mind!!!
TannyP said…
Awwwww Cheryl - you're too sweet. Definitely let me know if you give it a shot. I think it's a blast!
Lisa aka Myran said…
This was a new song for me, but I liked it. But I don't know what I think of the video... :)
Marcea said…
I am really likin this song - what a beautiful voice she has :o)
Have a good week hun
xxx
Wendy Colledge said…
Brilliant song Cheryl .. headin' for the itunes shop so ;o)) xx

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