Songs for Peace Camp 2015!

I’m so excited! I’ve scheduled a brand new Songs for Peace Summer Songwriting Camp June 22-26th out at one of my favorite spots in Cincinnati, The Meshewa Campus of the Cincinnati Waldorf School.

Goofing around because, hey, it is camp.

As some of you know, I’ve been super busy this year being the 3rd grade Co-Teacher for the awesome kids at the Cincinnati Waldorf School. Thanks to all that goodness, I have even more tricks up my sleeve for writing songs, working with kids, playing games, making crafts and all the good stuff than I ever even had before! So I REALLY can’t wait for this summer’s camp. We are going to have TOO MUCH FUN!

The camp runs from 9:30-1:30 Monday through Friday with a special celebration and performance at 7PM on Friday night so that friends and family can hear the great songs we’ve written all week. Register Today

When we aren’t working on music, we will be playing games, making crafts and instruments, hiking in the woods and picnicking on the beautiful Meshewa grounds. On the Friday evening of camp we have a celebration and performance of our special songs for family and friends. It is so great, we can hardly wait for summer!


REGISTER TODAY! Songs for Peace Summer Songwriting Camp June 22-26th in Indian Hill at The Meshewa Campus of the Cincinnati Waldorf School.


“Building on a child’s ability to feel joy, rather than pushing it aside, wouldn’t be that hard. It would just require a shift in the education world’s mindset. Instead of trying to get children to buckle down, why not focus on getting them to take pleasure in meaningful, productive activity, like making things, working with others, exploring ideas, and solving problems? These focuses are not so different from the things to which they already gravitate and in which they delight.”
– Beverly Amico for the AWSNA Executive Team

In a nutshell, this is why I love Waldorf a education!


Childhood Snow!

When I was six, my big sister dressed me up all in black like the Beatles and took this picture of me.

If you have snow to play in, make a snow angel for me!


It Is February 7th!


Although I must admit that April 8th is my favorite day of the year, a very close second is February 7th, my dear mother’s birthday. I wrote this silly song for her a few years ago, and I’d like to share it again because, well, I think it is pretty funny. See what you think.

Happy 86th to the beautiful and brilliant B-O-N-N-I-E!