Yearly Archives: 2014

  This is a project that has been burning a hole in my heart. We all sing our pure and shaky and earnest songs, to ourselves, our kids, our pasts. We sing because we need to hear our voices out loud, because it gets lonely sometimes, because it hurts, because the joy cannot fit in […]

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  • Annie Otzen - So so so much beauty once again!! Thank you to everyone who shared a bit of their souls here!ReplyCancel

  • Carrie Geddie - So beautiful, again, and always much needed things to hear… xoReplyCancel

  • Breanna - so grateful to see this back this week, always so deeply personal, and so incredibly beautiful. thank you for sharing your heart with us Amy, and inspiring others to do the same. xo.ReplyCancel

  • Elise Hanna - Heart and soul laid out upon the table again this week. Beautiful in the darkest and brightest of ways.ReplyCancel

  • leah - lovely. always. xReplyCancel

this is a project that has been burning a hole in my heart. we all sing our pure and shaky and earnest songs, to ourselves, our kids, our pasts. we sing because we need to hear our voices out loud, because it gets lonely sometimes, because it hurts, because the joy cannot fit in our […]

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  • carrie geddie - Oh Amy, just beautiful words and work. Cuts right to the quick every time, but so necessary and cathartic. Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Holly Donovan - Reading this blog always leaves me feeling so many different ways. All introspective and good things. Life is good, life is tragic too. There is no escape from real and I know how much the word ‘real’ gets thrown around but it’s a good one. This blog to me is fresh air and no fluff. Just light and being. You all are inspiring in your own unique ways, it’s wonderful.ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - Every single time I read the words here and see the photos I am left in a mess of tears. Tears of joy and pain at just how beautiful life is. Every story. Thank you. They are happy tears that cleanse my soul.ReplyCancel

  • Kate Densmore - I loved every cherished, raw word.ReplyCancel

  • Lucia Massoni - How lovely that all of you were able to translate your deep love into words….I could actually feel the love. Thank you for publishing this!

    LuciaReplyCancel

  • candy - I wish I had friends that were here by me as real as all of you. It is a lonely world when nobody understands… 😉 love the raw. always.ReplyCancel

  • Linnea Sauer - I absolutely loved this piece! It touched me in so many ways and I can not thank everyone who participated! My wedding photographer (Carleigh Fager) was one of the people who contributed to this piece and I am truly honored to know her and lucky to have her shooting my upcoming wedding. Everyones beautiful words hit me differently but with an enormous amount of meaning and inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda - Duuuude.ReplyCancel

this is a project that has been burning a hole in my heart. we all sing our pure and shaky and earnest songs, to ourselves, our kids, our pasts. we sing because we need to hear our voices out loud, because it gets lonely sometimes, because it hurts, because the joy cannot fit in our […]

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  • Annie - So beautiful and profound. I appreciate the words and images here so much — these posts brought to mind my own artistic struggle, the story of my life, and my journey into motherhood. Thank you so much for having the courage to share your stories and art with the world. Such brave women — such a remarkable sisterhood.

    Much love,
    AnnieReplyCancel

  • carrie geddie - Somehow missed this one. More tears. What amazing women. <3ReplyCancel

  this is a project that has been burning a hole in my heart. we all sing our pure and shaky and earnest songs, to ourselves, our kids, our pasts. we sing because we need to hear our voices out loud, because it gets lonely sometimes, because it hurts, because the joy cannot fit in […]

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  • candy - how in the world can these keep getting ridiculously better and better? i want to live with all of you ; ) so.amazing.ReplyCancel

  • Carrie Geddie - I cried again. Amy, thank you for this dialogue. And for allowing me to be a part. Cathartic. Warm. Enveloping. xoxoReplyCancel

  • Ingrid Rivera - Thank you Amy for opening up a top that was too tightly closed. Thank you for being you and for all the women who continue to post stories that touch my heart..deeply.ReplyCancel

  • toni raper - beautifully sung everybody! I especially liked Rebecca’s poem.ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Mayo - Beautiful. Thank you for your truth, all of you.ReplyCancel

this is a project that has been burning a hole in my heart. we all sing our pure and shaky and earnest songs, to ourselves, our kids, our pasts. we sing because we need to hear our voices out loud, because it gets lonely sometimes, because it hurts, because the joy cannot fit in our […]

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  • My Fictitious Oscar Speech » Erika Ray Photography - […] Head over and read a fictitious Oscar speech… […]ReplyCancel

  • toni raper - so many goosebumps this week! this place feels like a nice soft blanket on which to lay our heads on Amy Grace, so thank you!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kathleen - Wonderful theme and amazing, inspiring contributions as always.ReplyCancel

  • Ingrid - I read these the day they came out and today I reread them yet again. The honesty behind each post reaches the heart..over and over again.ReplyCancel

  • Carrie Geddie - Always look forward to this… Gut wrenching shit feels better together. xoReplyCancel

  • candy - Thank.you for making my eyes well up every single time.ReplyCancel