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We just uploaded a new song for your listening pleasure. This Light Becomes You was recorded in Rob Rothschild’s studio in Gainesville last week. Cathy DeWitt  graced our song with her smooth harmony vocals. Rob is a wonderful guy to work with…so supportive, great ears and big heart. Rob gave Kiki Grand Marnier to sip while she was recording.  Kiki thinks all recording studios should do that.

We love hearing what you think.  Should This Light Becomes You be on the new CD??

Here’s a link to the tunepak  http://www.reverbnation.com/tunepak/1303135  If you click on this link, a player should open and “this Light becomes you ” should play first.  If you look at the top of the player, near the photo of dancing Light, you’ll see a  LYRICS link.  Click LYRICS to see the words to any song you’re listening to.  There are 21 songs loaded on the player.  This Light Becomes You is not yet available on iTunes, but you can listen to our songs for free on the RN player any time you’d like.

By the way…hands down winner on the photo contest (see previous blog “Peg’s photos“) was #7 the “glam” shot. In second place was #14. Third was a three-way tie between #9 # 10 and #13.  Thanks for your e-mails, calls and comments!

We’re doing a photo session with Randy Batista out on the prairie on Thursday night.  More about that soon!

 If you would like to join our producers team and help support the recording and production of our new CD, you can make a contribution by clicking here. http://dancinglight.us/newcd.html

 

PHOTO WINNERS

 

 

 

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Ring Park is a magical little park tucked away between the Forest Ridge subdivision and the Elks lodge. Greg and I went there with my sister Priscilla on Feb 23rd.  

 

Branches were birthing electric green shoots. This stretch of Hogtown creek is much like the backyard of my childhood.  I spent many a lazy summer afternoon splashing in the creek, looking for shark’s teeth, watching for snakes and shimmying out to the end of an oak branch.

 

as children we'd often walk for miles through the woods by following the creek

as children we'd often walk for miles through the woods by following the creek

 

Kiki in her native habitat :)

Kiki in her native habitat 🙂

 

playmates

playmates

 

Cilla and Greg on the bank of Hogtown Creek

Cilla and Greg on the bank of Hogtown Creek

 

Greg made it all the way across this log, Cilla and Kiki chickened out (both with excellent excuses btw)

Greg made it all the way across this log, Cilla and Kiki chickened out (both with excellent excuses btw)

 

Priscilla enjoying the afternoon

Priscilla enjoying the afternoon

 

Hogtown Creek

Hogtown Creek

 

When Greg and I were first dating we started on opposite ends of this trail one night

When Greg and Kiki were first dating they started on opposite ends of this trail one night

 

(by Greg)

We decided to start at opposite ends of the park after dark one night.  It was a new moon and very hard to see. Almost no light.  No one else was in the park. We planned to meet up at a bridge that was about halfway between the north and south end of the path.  Kiki started on the 16th Avenue end of the park and I started just off Glen Springs road near the elks lodge.

 

Kiki arrived first.  I arrived shortly after.  We sat on the bridge together in the dark, listening to the night sounds. We talked about the growing connection between us.  Ring Park became one of the special places in nature that we share together. We had a rehearsal picnic at Ring park the day before we were married.