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Sunday, November 16, 2008

What Else Can I Do?

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...but bring a blanket to you.  Words that resonate in my brain thanks to a dear friend who lives in the cold breezes of Canada with 2 sons and a gift for songwriting, playing the guitar, and making beautiful music - Karla Anderson. 

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Not quite 4 years ago, while watching Joan of Arcadia, which was one of our favorite shows for the longest time before being canceled, we happened to hear a song at the end of the show that was so beautiful I just had to find out who the artist was and where to get the music.  What I discovered was that the song's title was "What Else Can I Do?" and the artist and songwriter was Karla Anderson, a young Canadian artist and mother who was starting to make an important impact in the music industry with her emotional lyrics, soft voice, and gentle guitar. 

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Big Bear and I, both, fell in love with her music and Karla and I soon became fast friends, talking about art, raising kids, being close to our mother, single parenting, having cold feet, and promising to have a girl's weekend together the next time she was in the States, and I'm holdin' her to it - "You hear that Karla?!!!" 

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We email each other when we have the chance and I play her CD - Embassy Sessions - on a regular basis.  It calms my nerves and makes me smile. 

You can visit Karla at her website: www.karlaanderson.com.  Sign her guestbook too, as I know she'll appreciate you stopping by.  If you want to buy her fantastic CD, Embassy Sessions, you can get it at Indelible Music - then be sure and click on "Karla Anderson" once you go to their site. 

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Karla has been hitting the charts since Embassy Session hit the music stores and the radio waves, and I couldn't be more proud of my friend, Karla, for working so hard to make her dreams come true - not just for her, but for her boys too.

Well, today, Karla emailed me and told me that she had a new video that she just posted on YouTube and she thought I would like it since the song she plays is my favorite.  Thanks, Karla!  And so, what else can I do?  But bring "her" blanket to you.  Enjoy the video, oh, but mostly - enjoy the music ...
Susan




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