Tuesday, February 03, 2009

beautiful bird

Cindy Morgan has been a long time favorite of mine. She is a lyrical genius with the voice of an angel. It's sort of funny how I stumbled upon this song while thinking & praying for my girls.
(ps--make sure you pause my playlist first)


Anonymous said...

It's amazing what God provides us and comforts us at the time we need it the most. I too have daughters - they are over the teenage years, but I so sympathize with you and know that just being there with them and listening is the best gift you could give them. God is good.

Blessings, Patricia

Anonymous said...

Hi Again,
I also meant to say that, yes I agree this song is beautiful and so appropriate for what you are going through with your daughters.
I hadn't heard it before.


whoopsadasie said...

That was absolutely BEAUTIFUL!Thanks for sharing that with us.

Shawn Seay said...

What a beautiful song, that brought tears to my eyes. I have 4 daughters (the oldest is 14). My heart aches for my girls. Words cannot begin to describe how much I pray for them to make the right decisions and that they will find God fearing spouses, and so on. I am so proud my girls are so much easier to raise than I was. I am a PK and made quit rebelious choices. God answers prayer.

Kristin said...

Perfect song for the perfect moment. Gotta love Cindy Morgan's voice and words.

The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man perfected without trials. -- C.P.

The important thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become. -- Charles Du Bos

Your girls, likened to butterflies trying to come out of a cocoon sometimes takes hard effort, but the beauty they will gaze upon when they fly, flutter and soar about once through their trials will be more beautiful, deeper and stronger than before. - Me

I pray for them and for their Mom's heart as well.

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Heather H said...

sweet paige. you know that i check on you daily :) just because i don't comment - doesn't mean that i don't come to your site EVERYDAY to find out what you are up to :)

as one of 3 girls, i know that my parents watched us make wrong decisions. now, as a mom, i can see how that would be more painful for my parents than it even was for me.

i'm so happy that when my a.c. is a teenager, i will have some of YOUR wisdom to impart.

i love seeing life thru your FRESH and HONEST eyes. you inspire me.

Amy said...

I have been reading your blog for a year! I so enjoy your candid wisdom and being a mom to three girls, I find a lot of food for thought in your posts. I have a Maddison too! I loved your post the other day about your home - I found myself nodding my own agreement as I read along! Simple blessings to your lovely lady, as you parent and love those around you with such grace.

jen from windy ridge said...

Yes, beautiful!

Jeanneoli said...

Beautiful voice, song and words. There was no stumbling on this song...it was a direct gift.

Kasey said...

absolutely beautiful my friend.
{see you again**}

melissa said...

Thanks for sharing this beautifl song! Amazing how God speaks to us at just the right moments.