Monthly Archives: January 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 our […]

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  • stephanie - still my favorite project. with some of my favorite people. ladies, you are all magnificent.(A. O’D….girl, you are speaking my language.)ReplyCancel

  • Breanna - Amy, as can be expected, you ripped open to the raw truth with this post- intense, beautiful collection of words + images <3ReplyCancel

  • Heather Perera - So honored to be among these women. This one in particular so hit home with me. I found myself reading and nodding, crying and feeling understood. Thank you for creating a safe place for us to hold our thoughts, if even for a moment. xxReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Koehler - Bravo on this courageous and raw look into humanity– the longing, the wondering, the restlessness, the beauty in the grateful for your vision Amy! Also I feel like I should say that Jilan Carol Glorfields words sound like my brain. As in, I think she read my mind!ReplyCancel

  • candy kempsey - where to start? each story has stabbed into my heart and i feel them…i am here far away from most of you and i feel them. thank-you for freeing me today, amy… you are changing my life. who else would be so brave? who else speaks out loud? i am 41 and it is you.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine - Well this is just gorgeous. All of it. Every word and image and truth.ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Mayo - Heartachingly beautiful. It’s always a privilege to read these.ReplyCancel

  • Bee - My heart is full and heavy at the same time. Which should be the same thing, but it’s not. This is one of my favourite projects out there. What a beautiful collection of voices. XOReplyCancel

  • Carrie Geddie - To all of you who bared your souls… thank you. Such beautiful words, yes, but the act of sharing, little bits resonating with me here and there, making me cry and FEEL, which I often just don’t make time for… Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • elaine melko - took some time to find “grown up” time to read these…but all of you are like old souls I have known before I came to be me. thank you for your pictures and your honesty.ReplyCancel

  • Catherine Lacey Dodd - Thank you for hearts open.ReplyCancel