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Then and Now: 2 Songs That I Love (Blues Edition)

I have a good man. I never fear that he doesn’t love me…even when I’m crazy. He’s artistic, romantic and frankly…gorgeous. I’ve said too much though. 409 more words

Cool Car!

My first was a deep red Chevy F-15 Extended Cab truck with a sun roof, running boards, pin striping and tie downs – until camping in tents brought us to our knees. 596 more words

Day 612: Not the only one

This is not the only year I’ve been writing this once-a-day, letting-go-of-judgment blog.  I started this 1.6 years ago (but who’s counting?).

This is not the only post I’ve written about my passion — doing group therapy at a major Boston hospital’s Primary Care Practice. 463 more words

Personal Growth

Friday Night with Guitar George: Bonnie Raitt

Due to the overwhelming response to my reference to Bonnie Raitt in last week’s Guitar George, I have chosen to make her the feature of tonight’s episode.  302 more words


I Remember

After all the Bonnie Raitt albums I’ve played again and again, after the live concerts I’ve attended, after all her songs I’ve sung along with, the thing I remember most vividly about Bonnie Raitt was a concert moment. 98 more words

Writing Prompt

From The Desk… Something in the Way They Play: Legendary Female Guitarists Part 8

Continued From: http://wp.me/p2W71Q-qA

1971 saw the debut album by an artist who arrived fully formed as both a vocalist and guitar player.  Bonnie Raitt, on the surface of it, came from an unlikely background for a slide playing blues mama. 440 more words

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