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Happy Birthday, George

It was the end of May 2014. The leaves were beginning to emerge, the wildflowers were blooming, and I just found out that my grandpa appeared to be nearing the end of his life. George was 92 years old and it would be a lie to say he didn’t look it, but Esther, his wife, […]

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Your Own Personal Songwriter

I love meeting people. Hearing someone‚Äôs story and learning about what they are passionate about gets me energized and inspired. It makes me want to share their story with the world. If you or your organization has a story that deserves to be a song, I want to be the person who makes that happen. […]

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Giving Hearts Day

I can’t even tell you all how humbled I feel that I was able to participate in this celebration today. This community is incredible and inspiring and I feel honored to be a part of it. Lets keep making it even better every year, every week, and every day!

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Ain’t Irish Enough

In Steinbach, Manitoba, where I spent a good portion of my formative years, alcohol was verboten. As a dry community under the influence (pardon the pun) of the many Mennonite churches in the area, liquor was not able to be served or sold. In 2003, the residents voted to loosen these restrictions. That has made […]

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Fargo Feels

Over the last few months, I have been asking people who live in Fargo about how it feels to them. After they realize I am not asking about the windchill, I usually hear similar things. There is a lot going on, there are some amazing places and events, people are generally nice, and yes, it’s […]

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